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Netshoes: The World’s Smallest Pop-Up Store

29. March 2015

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Here’s a pretty cool Pop-Up store, in fact, it’s said to be the World’s Smallest Pop-Up store with the most products; but I guess that’s easy when your pop-up store is just an an online store disguised as a pop-up, located at 1.149 and a half Oscar Freire street, in São Paulo, a location considered [...]

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Mountain Dew: VR Backcountry Boarding

8. March 2015

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Mountain Dew has just launched an aresome VR experience at the Burton US Open. Where they set out to capture a first-of-its-kind backcountry snowboarding experience in Virtual Reality during February 2015, allowing anyone with a Samsung Hear headset, to join the DEW Crew an participate in the backcountry trip! Plus if you’ve got a Samsung [...]

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Google Presents “The Android Chorus”

15. February 2015

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So what happens when you take 300 odd Android phones, connect them all up and try to make them play a song together? Well, Google calls it “The Android Chorus” and its a little bit of tech-wizardry fun. There’s not much else to do but hit play, turn up the sound, and enjoy. This was [...]

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Norwegian Airlines: Live Streaming Cab in NYC

30. December 2014

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Check out the ‘Norwegian Red Cab’ streaming live from NYC. An interactive experience that enables visitors in a shopping mall in Oslo to control a cab, and discover New York City, in Real-time with a NYC tour guide meets cab driver. I guess it’s kind of like Remote Control Tourist in a way. It’s all [...]

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Pepsi Max: 3D Projection Time Tunnel Portal

6. December 2014

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In the cold and gloomy tunnels of London Bridge, Pepsi Max gave unsuspecting commuters an augmented reality, stereo projection experience to reveal a giant portal to prehistoric dinosaurs and futuristic cyborgs as part of the latest installment from the Pepsi Max’s Unbelievable campaign. A thin gauze stretched across the entire tunnel for projections to activate [...]

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Chrysler Launches Oculus Rift VR Experience

27. November 2014

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Chrysler has created a first-of-its-kind interactive, photo­real virtual reality (VR) experience. It’s called ‘Beneath the Surface’ and is a four-minute experiment that pushes the boundaries of what’s doable in virtual reality. Using the latest Oculus Rift DK2 headset, users are immersed in a beautiful rendering of the Chrysler 200 and taken on an audiovisual tour [...]

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Nescafè: 1000 Red Mugs Social Installation

6. October 2014

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Here is a nice social installation from Nescafè, featuring the famous ‘Red Mug’ that fans rave about globally. With 1000 of the famous mugs locked up along walkways, bridges and parks, fans were challenged to connect and un-lock the special pad-locks to score a mug and a free cop of coffee. Created by the guys [...]

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Coca-Cola: Just Dance Now Mobile Campaign

5. October 2014

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Coca-Cola has teamed up with Ubisoft on the new ‘Just Dance Now’ mobile game that is sweeping the world, in an integrated content play that sees players scanning Coke cans to unlock special content and activities inside the game. Further pushing the growing trend of native content plays for big global brands into the gaming [...]

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Mini & Dezeen: The Future of Mobility, imagining a whole new driving experience

23. September 2014

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Dezeen and MINI Frontiers have teamed up with six cutting-edge young designers to present radical visions for the future of mobility at a major exhibition during the recent London Design Festival. All six projects ask compelling questions about our evolving and soon to be revolutionised relationships with the automobile. My personal favourite was the stained-glass car [...]

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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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