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IBM: Making It Rain Bitcoins

12. October 2015


IBM made it rain bitcoins, literally. With a cool weather app specifically made for the “Campus Party” event, arguably the biggest geek event in the world. Where people would download the weather app, and monitor the forecast, so that when it started raining, they’d make it to the right location, to catch the Bitcoin rain… [...]

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Starbucks: The Roastery Mobile Experience

9. October 2015


Starbucks Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, is a unique experience that lets visitors follow the coffee bean’s journey from harvesting to roasting and tasting, giving them a great cup of coffee… all with a perfect companion mobile experience, helping to tell the compelling story behind it all at once. Powered by iBeacon trigger points, [...]

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UNIT9: Snow Storm – A VR Game

1. October 2015


Introducing the new Virtual Reality game called Storm, built specifically for Oculus Rift. It comprises of an amazing, cinematic look and feel, with “Storm” providing a short and intense VR experience made by the crew at UNIT9. Players are put into a horribly awesome snow storm with just five minutes to find shelter, or they’ll [...]

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Marriott: Virtual Reality Postcard Room Service

15. September 2015


Marriott have launched a new product called “VRoom Service” where customers staying at hotels around the world can order virtual experiences to their rooms via VR. Customers ordering the in-room virtual reality experiences will receive a hand-delivered Samsung headset, with the experiences following three travellers on their personal adventures around the world from which the [...]

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Tourism Australia: The Giga Pixel Selfie

10. September 2015


Tourism Australia has launched a pretty cool campaign that takes Giga-Pixel Selfies for Tourists who stand on specially marked areas at famous destinations across Australia. Once you’ve gone to the website, you can trigger the ultra high resolution photos made of hundreds of photos that are automatically composed as as single image and sent straight [...]

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KFC: Don’t Panic Man Campaign

6. September 2015


He’s a fun twist on everything that’s crazy with the world, KFC in Romania, of all places, has launched a new promotion called “Don’t Panic Man” which rewards people for coming in store, when social media platforms are down. It plays off the ridiculous twist that people freak out when Facebook is down, stuck with [...]

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Chatroulette: Live First Person Zombie Game

21. August 2015


This might be the best thing I’ve seen this year. It’s the world’s first Real Life First Person Shooter Game, played out live on Chatroulette, and damn I wish I could have played it. Realm Pictures pulled together an amazing story line, filled it with Zombies, weapons and challenges, then put their first person shooter [...]

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Land Rover: An Instagram Adventure Story

12. August 2015


Land Rover fans can enjoy two fictional, Instagram adventure stories where the first story, viewable at @SolitudeInSawtooth, follows the outdoor journey of a young couple as they explore Sawtooth National Forest in Idaho. Similarly, @BrotherhoodOfWonderstone follows two brothers as they embark on an expedition through Kanab, Utah. In each Instagram Adventure, gorgeous landscape photos are [...]

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Nike: Hypervenom YouTube VR Experience

28. July 2015


Nike has created one of YouTube’s first interactive VR films for the launch of its new Hypervenom II shoe, letting people step into the shoes of Brazilian soccer superstar Neymar Jr. using Google Cardboard for a full Virtual Reality experience, or for an interactive 360 degree video experience, it leveraged the native YouTube player that [...]

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Forever 21: Instagram Powered Thread Screen

26. July 2015


Forever 21 have stepped up to the plate with a new Instagram Powered Thread Screen, which in short, is a huge machine made of 200,000 parts, weighing 2,000 lbs, and taking over a year and half to engineer and build (all by hand). With the massive machine displaying users Instagrams 24 hours a day, with [...]

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