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IKEA: The 2015 Catalogue Experience

4. September 2014

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So, with the iPhone 6 just about to launch, IKEA have taken to the stage to launch their 2015 Catalogue just as if it was the world’s best gadget, in a complete Apple Spoof, filming the explanation of how their catalogue was engineered to perfection… Including classic language like ‘tactile touch technology’, ‘eternal battery life’ [...]

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Heart Bot: An Experimental Drawing Machine

3. September 2014

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Meet ‘Heart Bot’ an experimental drawing machine created by Intel, SMS Audio and Sid Lee as a digital art installation for guests at the Intel ‘Biosport’ headphones launch at The New Museum in NYC. Heart Bot is an experimental machine controlled by the heart rate of its audience. Interactive with the experimental drawing machine was [...]

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Volkswagen: Charge Up For e-Golf App Challenge

2. September 2014

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Check out this new campaign from Volkswagen which utilizes the charging hardware on smartphones to interact and power an app! So by doing what people do every day, charging their phone, the Volkswagen ‘Charge Up’ for e-Golf app and deliver receive a raffle tickets to people when they charge their phone, for the chance to [...]

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IKEA: The Time Travel Experiments

26. August 2014

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So IKEA has taken a new angle with their online content strategy, introducing ‘The IKEA Time Travel Experiments’ online video series where they bring in a hypnotist to take IKEA customers on a journey through time, right in their store… The link of course, is that no matter what, you’ll always find your future bedroom [...]

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FartBombs: Add Fart Sounds To YouTube Videos

15. August 2014

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Ok ok, I get it, WTF right? Well, yeah, it’s weird, but once you watch this video… you’re totally going to try this tool! To make some noise around a serious Cancer issue, BBCA (Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa) created ‘Fartbombs’, a simple website that lets you add fart sounds to any YouTube video before sharing [...]

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Tinderadoption: Adopt Animals Via Tinder

11. August 2014

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This isn’t the first and it won’t be the last Tinder hack to try and leverage the popularity of the app. Rosie Animal Adoption in Montreal is trying a new way to connect dogs with potential future owners through the natural swipe connection UI of Tinder by setting up profiles for dogs that are up [...]

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ASICS: The Remote Volleyball Cannon Challenge

28. July 2014

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ASICS have become famous over the last few years for creating interactive installations to engage fans and athletes in new and interesting ways to promote the brand. The latest installation is called ‘The Kerri Cannon’ which is a remote-operated spiking machine built to replicate the power and accuracy of top professional female players like Kerri [...]

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Heineken ‘Routine Interruptions’ Experiment

28. July 2014

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Heineken is launching a new social experiment called ‘Routine Interruptions’ where thousands of people across the US will get the chance to step into the ultimate night out, if they just do one thing… Answer an unsuspecting call from Heineken, and agree to do what ever they say at that moment. The hype reel above [...]

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Dove: When You’re Smiling Installation

22. July 2014

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This is a simple little piece for Dove, activated at an awards night, where people would view themselves in a magic mirror which captured their smile and printed a photo only once the smile was big enough. Users were prompted ‘When did you last smile to yourself in the mirror?’ to trigger the engagement before [...]

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BMW M4: Ultimate Racetrack

11. July 2014

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Keeping with the car theme this week with this new impressive video from BMW which sees the M4 take a spin on the world’s most insane racetrack, an aircraft carrier. With speeds and drifts that feel very much like Ken Block‘s style of tricks, the BMW takes the risk factor to the next level as [...]

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IKEA: The Instagram Catalogue Website

6. July 2014

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IKEA in Russia have created an ‘Instagram Catalogue Website’ for their latest range of products; IKEA PS 2014 (a 34 piece designer collection). And with over 15,000 followers in just a few days, it’s taking off! Here’s how it works… They’ve created an Instagram account that functions and pretty much looks like a website, using [...]

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Molson Canadian: National Anthem Beer Fridge

1. July 2014

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Today is Canada day. And the world over, Canadians are celebrating their great country. Meanwhile, Molson Canadian, is celebrating too, but only for Canadian’s who know their national anthem. With special Molson Canadian beer fridges placed around the country, you’re only chance of unlocking a free cold beer, is to sing the national anthem O [...]

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Johnnie Walker: Interactive Sensorium Box

30. June 2014

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Johnnie Walker in South Africa have created an ‘Interactive Sensorium Box’ to amplify the King of Flavour Whisky Profiler campaign. In essence, it’s a mobile sensorium experience that steps tasters through a series of flavours, aromas and sounds to create a profile of their favourite matched blend… All while sensors register the profilers individual selections [...]

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Homeless Fonts: Donations From Handwriting

17. June 2014

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This is a beautiful and moving piece of work for the Homeless in Spain, turning their handwriting typically only used to write on cardboard for donations, into new fonts that can be bought online by brands and agencies around the world. The film speaks for itself, and you can buy the fonts here.

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Vivid Light Festival: Cars That Feel Installation

8. June 2014

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Here’s a pretty cool piece at the Vivid Sydney, Festival of Light, Music and Ideas, where over a million Australians flock to Sydney Harbour to check out the interactive art on show. Last year, VML Sydney created this cool piece called ‘We See Saw’ for the same festival, an investment in creative technology that agencies [...]

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