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The BrainWriter Project: Wearable Tech For ALS

22. September 2014

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The Brainwriter is an opensource project created specifically for ‘TemptOne’ a famous street artist, who developed ASL, with the aim to help him continue to create art, even without the use of his body… And while being created originally for him, it was specifically designed as opensource to bring this technology to the masses, and [...]

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Ralph Lauren: 4D Holographic Fashion Show

16. September 2014

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So Ralph Lauren has just thrown a huge Spring 2015 Fashion Show, and this time it was a 4D Holographic Water Projection Show before hundreds of influencers and celebs in New York City’s Central Park. The fashion show was projected onto a 60 foot high water fountain, were the runway experience came to life in [...]

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TopShop: Instagram Powered Social Catwalk

15. September 2014

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TopShop is famous for its social catwalks, and this year, they’ve upped their game and created a new ‘Instagram/Facebook’ powered Social Catwalk, allowing people from around the world to be part of the event live, from London. The Social Catwalk debuted the latest looks exclusively on Facebook, while 5 VIP Instagramers gave unique views to [...]

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Shell Creates ‘Player’ Powered Football Field

12. September 2014

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In the Favela’s of Rio, Shell’s #MakeTheFuture program has just unveiled a soccer pitch that is powered by the players foot steps, powering the lights at night so the local community can play their most loved game, 24 hours a day without the reliance on paid electricity. Created with the famous Pavegen impact/power tiles that [...]

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Drink Up: Meet Our Talking Water Fountain

7. September 2014

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So everyone has had a drink from one of those water foundains in a public space before right? But how about one that talks to you? Drink Up, has built a special kind of water fountain to help spread the good word of water. Because while the Drink Up Fountain may look like a regular [...]

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Into The Storm: Augmented Reality AdShel Ad

3. September 2014

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A while back you’ll remember an amazing ‘Pepsi Max Augmented Reality Bus Shelter Ad’ that we featured where a video feed showcased the footpath through the ad and some amazing augmented reality visuals then came to life. This ‘Into The Storm’ Augmented Reality Ad is made by the same guys, and streams a live feed [...]

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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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GoogleX: Project Wing Delivery Drones

30. August 2014

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So Amazon hyped their drone delivery service, and now Google follows suit, with GoogleX Moonshot ‘Project Wing’ which is code for Delivery Drones that are being testing in Australia. Google’s ‘Project Wing’ drones are delivering first aid kits, candy bars, dog treats, and water to Australian farmers during the testing phase. Perhaps the reason for [...]

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Sony Xperia: Underwater Mobile Apps ‘Goldie’

25. August 2014

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So maybe you’ve got a waterproof phone, but do you have underwater apps? Sony Experia thinks you need some, or at least their marketing department does, with the aim to raise awareness of the technology and it’s new ‘underwater detection’ sensors that allow the phone to know it’s underwater, not just being waterproof. Meet Goldie. [...]

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Omote: Real-Time Makeup Projection Mapping

19. August 2014

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Slightly freaky and pretty awesome all at once… Check out Omote, a new, advanced real-time projection mapping process with this demo showcasing dynamic makeup projections onto a live models face. It’s not exactly new, but the facial mapping and quality of the projection has drastically improved… the model almost looks completely CGI at times. Enjoy! [...]

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Grolsch Beer: The Movieunlocker Bottle

31. July 2014

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I can’t tell if this promotion for Grolsch Beer is real or not, but it’s an interesting play… Where the typical coupon code has been swapped for a bluetooth beacon placed in the bottle cap, so that when you open up your favorite beer, and tap it against your phone or mac book, it unlocks [...]

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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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inFORM: Tangible Media Surface Interaction

15. July 2014

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Posting this one for the Archives as it’s a little dated but I’ve wanted to post for a long while! This piece of work from MIT’s Tangible Media Group, who’ve invented a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person [...]

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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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