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Stride Gum: Chewing Controlled Mobile Game

24. June 2013

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Welcome to Gumulon and chew the future. A new game form Stride Gum, that lets you chew your way through an action packed mobile game based off facial recognition technology. Chew fast, chew slow, chew big or small, every way you do it, you’ll activate different moves to work your way through the game. Love [...]

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Shag Marry Kill: The AdLand Edition

24. June 2013

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Remember that old game called ‘Shag Marry Kill’ you use to play as a teenager perhaps… Well, welcome to the AdLand Version, where it’s all a little more serious, but just as stupid all the same. The Shag Marry Kill AdLand version features all the very best ad-guys and ad-girls from around the world, well, [...]

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Audi: The Start-Stop Battery App

22. May 2013

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Audi is famous for its start-stop engine technology that saves fuel… So how about an app that does it for your phone? Genius right? Well, here it is, obviously only available on Android due to the iOS restrictions! A scam? No… You can download it here. Created by the guys at DDB in Spain.

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PUMA: The Dance Dictionary

14. May 2013

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This is awesome. PUMA is claiming to have invented a new language, in dance, well, perhaps they can’t claim that, but they can claim to be the first ones to build a dance translation engine that allows people to send personalised messages in dance to friends and family around the world, all to promote the [...]

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OK GO Presents ‘Say The Same Thing’ App

13. May 2013

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The OK GO guys aren’t really just a band, they’re more of a hybrid creative collective, and to prove it, they’ve just released this game called ‘Say The Same Thing’ which is a mobile app for both iPhone and Android. The game challenges people to say a word each, and then try to get the [...]

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GoPro: Ken Block’s GoPro Ad in Russia

15. April 2013

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If you haven’t seen it already you need to watch the video above. Another great piece from Ken Block, founder of DC Shoes, driving his Ford Fiesta in true extreme style. Following on from the success of the Gymkhana Five (see below video currently on over 44 million views) which saw Ken Block’s motor skills [...]

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Perrier: The ‘Secret Place’ Digital Experience

10. April 2013

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Perrier has launched a new digital experience called ‘The Secret Place‘ which takes the form of a secret party in Paris, where you can become one of 60 different characters, as you search through the full screen interactive video experience (also works on mobile/tablet) to find the secret treasure, ultimately unlocking the chance to win [...]

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OREO: The Separator Machine

5. March 2013

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You know you’ve thought about it before, wondering how to separate the cookies from the cream, maybe because you like it separated, maybe because you don’t like the cream, who knows, we’ve all done it, just not like this…! In a very cool video (viral? how many views do you need for something to be [...]

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KLM: The Must See Social Map

18. February 2013

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Here’s the latest global social media campaign from KLM, and knowing the success of their past, this one has big things to live up to, and at first glance, it delivers in spades… A socially powered ‘Must See Map’ that aggregates everywhere your friends have been in a certain location, along with comments, tips and [...]

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Google Maps: Explore the Grand Canyon

5. February 2013

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On their quest to map the earth Google Maps has gone off road with the release of these panoramic images of the Grand Canyon which allow people to virtually explore this natural wonder by viewing the site with full 360° views. Google’s ever expanding image collection aims to give people wider access to the world [...]

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LEGO: Brickmented Reality Holiday Campaign

3. February 2013

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I love it when brands create holiday campaigns that aren’t completely self centered… And this is a pretty good attempt by the guys at LEGO, with their ‘Happy Holidays’ campaign, which challenged people to create real world LEGO connections as part of a bigger fairytale that engages young and old all over the world in [...]

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WWF Together: iPad App Experience

21. January 2013

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Here’s a new iPad experience from WWF, called ‘WWF Together’ the app aims to connect users closer to their favourite animals, making the most cutting edge interaction design and the best possible hardware usage to create an innovative new experience… The app managed over 100,000 downloads in its launch weekend! Not bad! Created by the [...]

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McDonald’s: TrackMyMacca’s App

17. January 2013

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Here’s an interesting app that’s just been launched in Australia today. TrackMyMacca’s is a world first for McDonald’s as it takes Australians ‘behind the scenes’ of their meal, showing them where their food has come from. This app uses technology that accesses McDonald’s supply-chain and augmented reality to deliver interactive information about McDonald’s food. It’s [...]

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Old Spice: Save the World Advergame

22. November 2012

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Perhaps the most ridiculous yet fantastic and halarious piece of 8-bit advergame madness I’ve seen this year, is this piece from Old Spice called ‘Dikembe Mutombo’s 4 1/2 Weeks to Save the World’ game which starts on YouTube and is played out on a microsite here. Weirdly, the entire thing is tied into a live [...]

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Breville: Data Visualising Coffee Brewing

28. August 2012

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Here’s a nice idea from Sydney agency Reborn that pairs two of life’s greats – coffee and art. In a campaign for kitchen equipment brand Breville they created ‘The Naked Espresso’. Using physical computing they traced the coffee as it was being brewed, meausuring flow rate, pressure and temperature to create a live visualisation, resulting [...]

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