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The Climate Portal: Weather Simulation Booths

14. June 2015

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If you’ve ever wondered what the weather was like at your next destination while waiting for a flight, well, now you won’t have to with a new installation at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport, called “The Climate Portal”. An installation that simulates a range of weather conditions. The installation, created by the guys at Akestam Holst, brings [...]

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Pizza Hut: The Video Projector Pizza Box

25. May 2015

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Now this is cool. A Video Projector Pizza Box! With a slightly new shape and size, the box transforms from holding your delicious pizza, by removing the middle rester (the thing that stops the pizza hitting the top of the box) which now holds a makeshift projector lense, that plugs into the front of the [...]

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Battersea Dogs Home: Follow You Billboards

10. May 2015

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Here’s a pretty fun campaign for the Battersea Dogs Home, who are trying to get people to adopt Dog’s and Cats from their shelter. It starts with volunteers giving out leaflets which have been embedded with RFID Chips, and synced to every Adshell, Billboard and Big Screen in the Westfield Mall in London. Starting with [...]

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Google Maps: Explore Loch Ness In Street View

27. April 2015

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It’s here. The Loch Ness In Street View. And with it, the list of things you can actually do on Google Maps continues to expand with ever more functionality and innovation. This week, Google launched the mapping of Loch Ness, street-view style, that lets you search for the mythical monster both above and below water. [...]

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The Face of Litter: DNA Powered Deterrents

24. April 2015

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Here’s a really interesting piece of work from Hong Kong, it’s called The Face Of Litter, and is almost a social experiment, taking rubbish samples from across the city, and extracting human DNA from them, before running that DNA data through systems to re-construct human faces, the actual ‘Faces of Litter’… A campaign that aims [...]

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Pedigree Found: Real Time Lost Dog App

17. April 2015

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Genius. Ok so what happens when you lose your dog? Panic sets in, you roam the streets, maybe even put up posters in desperation. Well, now Pedigree has created ‘Pedigree Found’ and app to help find lost dogs in real-time. Once you’ve got the app, and created your dogs profile, if your dog gets lost, [...]

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Old Spice Launches ‘Twitch’ Real-Life Game

14. April 2015

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Incase you don’t know, Twitch is like YouTube, but it is all live-streamed, featuring only multiplayer games for people to watch, with an audience over 50 million strong. Last year, there was the internet phenomenon “Twitch Plays Pokémon” where over 6.5 million people played the game or watched the live-stream. And now, Old Spice thought [...]

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Chevrolet Launches ‘CoDriver’ Oculus VR Drive

11. April 2015

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Chevrolet has unveiled its Colorado High Country pickup truck VR Experience called ‘The Delivery’ and is the first CoDriver experience to debut. Passengers will be virtually transported to the adventurous terrain of New Zealand and cast in the role of CoDriver for the ultimate off-road adventure. The drive will see them navigate rugged terrain and [...]

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ACR: The Google Street View Driving Test

6. April 2015

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Remember when you got your drivers license? The boring theory work? On those crappy computer screens you’d have to answer multiple choice questions for staged graphical and video scenarios, tap the button perhaps if you thought there was a reason to be alert, slow down, or stop… That’s how it plays out in Australia, but [...]

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Amazon Dash Button: Place it. Press it. Get it.

1. April 2015

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Perhaps its an April Fools video, but the reality is this has been a long time coming. We’ve talked about connected fridges and sensors in your pantry that can detect when products are low to automatically re-order… Well, Amazon is taking control of that and getting to market first with the ‘Dash Button’ a new [...]

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