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Google BikeAround: Street View For Alzheimers

3. October 2017

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Meet Anne-Christine Hertz, a Swedish inventor who works at Health Technology Centre of Halland. Today, she shares a story of how the Centre used Google Street View to invent a device that helps the elderly with Alzheimer’s. Every three seconds someone develops dementia, a condition that creates disability and dependency among many elderly people around [...]

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The KLM Care Tag: A Connected Device

9. July 2017

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There are city guides on Google, and then there is this. The KLM Care Tag. It’s a smart audio luggage tag that now automatically provides tourists with GPS activated voice assistance and guidance across Amsterdam. It’s somewhat seamless no matter if you’re walking or cycling through the city, offering up the perfect location based tip [...]

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Microsoft Mixer: Interactive Fireworks Show

18. June 2017

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Check out the entire experience and go behind-the-scenes in Mixer's First-Ever Two-Way Hyper-Interactive Fireworks Show. #mixer #mixerworks pic.twitter.com/8Wjx7LN80p — Mixer (@WatchMixer) June 9, 2017 Meet Microsoft’s “Twitch” Competitor. Called Mixer. In a very cool live stunt to introduce its “Mixer” game streaming platform, Microsoft put on a fireworks display that viewers could control themselves, with [...]

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The NRL’s Real-Time “Instabilia” Campaign

4. June 2017

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The NRL’s Instabilia campaign was a real-time in-game activation creating one-of-a-kind State of Origin memorabilia items instantly as those special moments happen on the field, packaged as promotional ads on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and then immediately placed on eBay for auction for the games biggest fans. Designed to turn traditional memorabilia (you know, the [...]

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NatGeo’s Twitter Powered Chalkboard Robot

19. March 2017

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So for 2017 SXSW again became the home of experiential marketing, from huge VR installations to things like this… National Geographic’s “Genius” Twitter Powered Chalkboard Robot. The Twitter Powered Chalkbot turns selfies turned into art in a recreation of the iconic “Genius” (that’s Albert Einstein) inventor’s “chalkboard.” So visitors to SXSW got to submit their [...]

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Audi: Enter The Sandbox VR Experience

25. February 2017

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Audi is asking you to enter the sandbox with an amazing new VR driving experience, combining a physical installation with real-time virtual reality rendering. The experience invites the big kid in all of us to enter the purpose-built sandpit and create a customised track before the sand is carefully scanned by a depth-sensing camera, from [...]

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Samsung Presents: The Gaming Marathon

21. February 2017

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In pretty much every marathon around the world, runners get an RFID chip to track their times as they nail each leg of the race. So this year, to capitalise on the massive participation in the Samsung Marathon in Israel – Samsung decided to “Hack The Run For Good” by turning the marathon course into [...]

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Introducing The Amazon Treasure Truck

19. February 2017

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Ok ok, do you remember your local ice cream truck? That once-a-week joy machine that made your day every time you heard it coming down the streets? Introducing The Amazon Treasure Truck. It’s a truck filled with treasure, well the type of treasure you kinda need, curated to what you and people like you in [...]

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Breakfast NY Presents: Flip-Disc Kinetic Displays

5. December 2016

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Kinetic displays and sculptures are continually increasing in popularity as they arguably create a more tangible and interactive experience compared to LED screens. So BREAKFAST NY stepped in, and with some seriously cool Kinetic art installations and campaigns under their belt over the last few years, they’ve now productised this… The “Flip-Disc” Kinetic Display System, [...]

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Field Trip to Mars: The Making of Video

29. August 2016

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When Lockheed Martin wanted to create a group VR experience, they didn’t mess around. Teaming up with Framestore and Unreal Engine to design and engineer an immersive, 360 virtual experience for groups of school kids in a way never before imagined; through a school bus. Field Trip to Mars won 19 Lions (yes 19!!), more [...]

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The Lab: Digital Art Installations at Panorama

23. July 2016

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The Panorama Music Festival on Randalls Island in New York is getting its share of the Creative-Tech world this year, with some major technology, social and device brands commissioning interactive digital art installations, with brands like HP and Snapchat leading the way… Check out above the collaboration between HP and The Verge with their “Lab”. [...]

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Google AnyPixel: Digital Installations Made Easy

7. June 2016

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For a long time now, creating detailed interactive installations and visual walls has been tough, so Google made AnyPixel.js an an open source code and hardware library created to make easy to make interactive displays out of just about anything. With a base of great code, anyone can edit or transform it along with the [...]

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Volkswagen: The Human Crossing

31. May 2016

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In the UAE, most drivers ignore zebra crossings on a daily basis. So it’s no surprise that 20% of all road accidents in the United Arab Emirates involve pedestrians, often resulting in fatalities. So Volkswagen created “The Human Crossing” to make our roads a little more human (and safe), reminding drivers that pedestrians aren’t invisible [...]

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GRIDI: An Interactive Music Making Installation

29. May 2016

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GRIDI translates the methodology of composing electronic music into an interactive physical installation that lets anyone make music in just seconds as they experiment with various instruments, sounds and physical objects to create electronic beats. Powered by Arduino, thousands of hand soldered wires and sensors to detect the coloured objects representing different instruments, the GRIDI [...]

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Kit Kat: Staring Contest Vending Machine

25. May 2016

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Kit Kat take their breaks seriously, so seriously that if you take part in their virtual staring contest and laugh, you’ll lose. With two interactive vending machines placed on two different college campuses in Brazil, and powered by facial recognition systems, each one streamed live video of the other vending machine, inviting students to take [...]

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Fisher-Price Imagines The Future of Parenting

29. March 2016

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I have a love-hate relationship with these “Future Of…” videos! On one hand, they give a glimpse into the strategic thinking of some of the world’s biggest companies, showing where they see the world going, and how they’d like to help take it there. Yet at the same time, they are horribly dramatised with often [...]

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Time Trial: Augmented Reality Climbing

10. February 2016

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Check this out! “Time Trial” is a new, physical, interactive rock climbing video game where players are given the opportunity to compete in a time-trial style augmented reality climbing wall challenge to log the fastest times to complete climbs that require them to do single or multiple tasks during that climb. Pretty damn cool. If [...]

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Jaguar Creates “Actual Reality” VR Experience

24. January 2016

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At the “Big Boys Toys” expo in New Zealand, Jaguar took Virtual Reality Experiences to the next level. Introducing “Actual Reality”, a VR experience like no other I’ve ever seen, an experience so real, it might actually just be “real”. With a custom VR Headset, and built into the “6-Axis” hydraulic platform designed to create [...]

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Star Wars: Shop Like A Jedi Billboard

15. January 2016

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On the even of the launch of Star Wars episode VII, Carrefour in Romania created an interactive billboard that let people shop like a Jedi would. And while it’s nothing more than a basic Microsoft Kinect stunt experience, to the Star Wars fans, it was something different. Shoppers could swipe through just about the entire [...]

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North Face: The NightRay Fest Light Installation

5. January 2016

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Never stop exploring, that’s what North Face’s interactive light installation called “Ascent” visualises, an art installation that both blurs and highlights its surroundings in nature, aiming to inspire and excite. A mesmerising sight of smooth lines and soft light, the sculpture creates a harmonious relationship between human aesthetic and the natural landscape in which it [...]

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