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Creative Fuel: The World’s Best Creative Idea

7. June 2014


In a world where every big idea has been done, it’s clear there is only one way to go, and that’s to bold 17 different technologies together to make something that’s never been made… Then, shoot the making of film, and you’re set. A global phenomenon awaits. And here it is… Introducing The World’s First [...]

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Nokia Lumia: 180 Degree Camera Arc Experience

25. May 2014


Nokia are famous for small films shot on their Lumia phones, and here’s the latest one called ‘Living Moments – Multi Lumia Arc of Wonder’ where they’ve taken a contraption featuring 50 Nokia Lumia phones, formed in an Arc, synced to take more than 30,000 images across Manhattan, including areas such as Union Square, Allen [...]

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Coca-Cola: The Fair Play Machine

23. May 2014


This one is for the archives, and another reminder that interactive vending machines are about to explode with the world cup just about here! With Pepsi and Coca-Cola battling it out for PR headlines and video content showcasing cool, interactive machines, that connect people around their favourite soda. This one from Coke, is about Fair [...]

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Pepsi: Interactive Football Vending Machine

20. May 2014


It’s world cup time, so get ready for some pretty cool interactive vending machines over the next month or two… This one, from Pepsi, is called the #FotbolNow skills challenge, and features a vending machine challenge that puts your best skills to the test in order to score a free Pepsi. The hype video is [...]

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Beck’s Beer: World’s First Playable Music Posters

19. May 2014


Check out these playable music posters from Beck’s Beer, where they’ve hooked up conductive ink to sensors and speakers in each posters, allowing it to come to life with each touch of the poster. While Beck’s are claiming it’s a world first, it’s probably not, there was the spotify one, plus this playable sonic poster [...]

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Oculus Rift: Living With Lag Experiment

14. May 2014


Logging for the archives, but incase you haven’t seen it, this is a great little experiment by UME.NET Broadband showing what it’s actually like to live with LAG. As in Internet Lag. Gamers will know it best, but everyone experiences it. Now, an Oculus Rift hacked with a GoPro, gives you that same experience, so [...]

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GranataPet: SnackBall iBeacon Fitness For Dogs

12. May 2014


With lots of talk about beacon technology, it’s retail and experiential applications, comes this little piece from GranataPet… It’s called the #SnackBall, and it uses beacons to create an automated outdoor game for dogs, where they can reward themselves, by fetching a ball and bringing it back to the throwing station. I’m not sure it’s [...]

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The Social Swipe: Charity Donation Billboard

5. May 2014


This is a cool Interactive Charity Donation Billboard, it’s called ‘The Social Swipe’ and it places a dual screen billboard at the centre of the equation, through the middle runs a credit card swipe reader, which instantly turns credit card donation swipes into synced video on the screens. It’s a cool way to get people [...]

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Coca-Cola ‘Recycling’ Happiness Arcade Machine

4. May 2014


Just in time for Cannes, comes the Coca-Cola ‘Recycling’ Happiness Arcade Machine, where you pay for a game, with an empty bottle, to encourage people to recycle in Dakar, a city of 15 million people. The campaign is designed to show that recycling can be fun, while highlighting the serious issues of rubbish and the [...]

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Sublimotion: The Multi-Sensory Restaurant

29. April 2014


Ok Tech-Foodies, it’s time to jump on a plane to the Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza from May 2014, where you’ll be able to encounter the ultimate luxury dining experience, the most expensive meal in the world at $2,000 per person, which is all part of a sensory theatre by one of the world’s best [...]

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