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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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Google Fiber: The Next Chapter of the Internet

29. July 2012

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So you’ve probably heard that Google is launching its own Fibre network in Kansas City, well here it is, with Google starting to ramp up information around the massive project, starting with this video, Introducing Google Fiber: The Next Chapter of the Internet, upping Internet speeds by upto 100x. The installation is of course real, [...]

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Volkswagen Up: A Scream Powered Olympic Car

28. July 2012

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For Dutch people wanting to score tickets to the London Olympics to cheer their country, here’s your best chance yet with “Up! Holland Up!”. Volkswagen have created a sound/scream powered car and are giving you the chance to post your fastest 100m sprint time for the chance to win tickets. Volkswagen have removed the all [...]

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LEGO Star Wars: Builders of Sound Installation

10. July 2012

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LEGO and Star Wars fans will love this. I saw this on an award board at Cannes this year and thought it was a genius idea, and the LEGO ‘Builders of Sound’ installation that celebrates the first 3D episode of Star Wars literally is. Comprised of a huge barrel organ containing over 20,000 individual LEGO [...]

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Hot Wheels: Double Loop World Record Stunt

2. July 2012

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Last week we had the Mercedes-Benz Guinness World Record stunt and this week sees another amazing World Record as two Hot Wheels drivers race through a double vertical loop. The Hot Wheels drivers, Tanner Foust and Greg Tracy set a Guinness World Record racing two vehicles through the impressive six-story double vertical loop at the [...]

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LEGO: Build with Google Chrome

27. June 2012

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It was only a matter of time before Lego released something like this and it’s pretty cool! LEGO and Google Chrome have joined forces to create Build, the largest LEGO set the world has ever seen, online on a Google map. The video above is one of the ads for Build and shows the Sydney [...]

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Coca-Cola: Post-It Note Stop-Motion Video

22. June 2012

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Yesterday we had the Vodafone Stop Motion Fan Celebration and here’s another great stop motion from Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola commissioned Italian artist Eduardo Zamarro to create this stop motion for the Wall of Happiness at the brand’s Conference of Happiness. The artist created the world’s largest stop-motion video using only post-it notes. The 1 million post-it [...]

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