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Domino’s: Pizza Detecting Billboards

4. December 2013

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In a cheeky stab at the highly successful British Airways Plane Detecting Billboards campaign, Domino’s Pizza, have re-created similar billboards, that just happen to detect pizza instead of planes, in a spoof that aims to hijack some PR on the back of what will arguably be one of the most interesting and perhaps awarded campaigns [...]

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British Airways: Plane Detecting Billboards

21. November 2013

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In a claimed world first campaign, the new British Airways #LookUp billboards in Piccadilly Circus, have some pretty cool tech behind them, allowing a simple, yet very effective story to be told. And as British Airways planes fly over the ClearChannel digital outdoor sites through the Heathrow flight path, they trigger advertising creative showing real-time [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S4: The Smart Phone Line

24. September 2013

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You know those stupidly long lines every time a new phone is launched? Well, imagine if you could line up virtually? That’s exactly what Samsung did for the new Galaxy S4 launch in New Zealand…. Just join to the ‘Smart Phone Line’ to take your place and battle to become the very first person to [...]

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Adobe: The Real-Time Photoshop Bus Stop

11. June 2013

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This might just be the best bus stop ever created, promoting Adobe’s “CreativeDays,” a series of 14 events across the EMEA, with this clever stunt that Photoshopped people standing at a bus stop in real-time and displayed the images on a dedicated digital AdShel inside the bus stop! Love this…

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BMW iWindow Installation

17. January 2013

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Here’s a cool execution from BMW. They came up with the idea of the BMW iWindow to show the world what the future of driving could look like in New York. Using digital projection and motion detection technology they projected concept cars in real-time on a giant window. The cars were made to look like the real, future [...]

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Firewall: A Depth Sensitive Interactive Wall

2. January 2013

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Firewall is an interactive installation, a seemingly normal wall that is actually a stretched spandex surface which acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth. People can push, touch, move and create fire-like visuals dynamically depending on the speed, pressure, depth and movement of the interaction with the spandex surface. On top of that, each [...]

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Allen Solly: Twitter Powered Billboard Sampling

9. December 2012

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Here is a pretty cool twitter powered billboard from India, created to launch a new clothing collection at Allen Solly. The billboard houses about 60 shirts, each rigged with a solenoid and the new collection graphic behind it, and with every tweet, a random solenoid would inch forward, helping to randomly punch the shirts from [...]

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Jameson Irish Whiskey: Playable AR Billboards

25. October 2012

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Jameson Irish Whiskey has launched a huge Blippar activation in Australia for the launch of their new RTDs. The Blippar campaign turns the bottle (where ever it is seen) into a game when scanned with the Blippar App, which is powered by Image Recognition technology on an Augmented Reality Platform, creating ‘playable’ billboards, adshells, websites, [...]

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StreetPong: Play Pong At The Traffic Lights

11. September 2012

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So you’re a pedestrian, standing at a busy intersection, waiting to cross the road… Boring right? Well, not any more. Introducing StreetPong, which is creating urban interactions between random strangers on opposite sides of the road! The game screen shows how long the traffic lights have before changing colour, and when the lights change to [...]

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Perception: An Interactive Billboard Experience

22. July 2012

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My obsession with the convergence of the physical and digital world’s seems to be catching on! Ok, I didn’t create the trend, but I sure got in early and we now see a tonne of convergence pieces here at Digital Buzz. And this one, to showcase a new TV series called ‘Perception’ in NYC, is [...]

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Australian Defence Force: Mobile Medic App

26. June 2012

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Less of an ad and more of a test, this is the latest recruitment campaign for the Australian Defence Force, called Mobile Medic – and it just won 4x Gold and many more silver/bronze at Cannes Lions 2012. A mobile app that challenges you to diagnose the patient in the ad through the Mobile Medic [...]

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LYNX Anarchy: The World’s First Invisible Ad

10. May 2012

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Lynx produce some seriously innovative digital work the world over (AXE in other countries) and probably none more so than this campaign that’s just launched in Australia, with the world’s first invisible ad installation using special LCD screens that can only been seen with polarised lenses. People passing by a street in Sydney were handed [...]

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ING: The “Free Throw” Challenge Billboards

30. April 2012

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ING sponsors the Basketball league in Germany and wanted to connect their offering to a younger audience at Basketball events across the country… So they aimed to leverage smart phones to create an interactive experience anyone could play, and “Free Throw Billboards” were born. Users could connect their phone directly to the billboard, essentially turning [...]

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Doodlr: An Instant Interaction Experiment

10. April 2012

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This might look a little like DrawSomething, actually it looks exactly like DrawSomething, but that’s where the similarities end. Doodlr is an interaction experiment by the guys at LOVE Labs, who’ve been playing with ways to bring the Physical and Digital worlds together via smart phones. Using Socket.IO and node.js to build the framework for [...]

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Intel Ultrabook: New Digital Flashmobs

21. February 2012

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Here’s a new take on flashmobs from Intel to showcase the features of their new Ultrabooks. Intel used 60 people to create a digital billboard made of Ultrabooks to demonstrate the product’s ultra-thin design and responsiveness. The flashmob team carried out a series of live surprise stunts across Los Angeles, using the laptops to interact [...]

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