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Yamaha: My Garage App

11. September 2015


Yamaha Europe needed a digital tool that was engaging, unique and incorporated existing assets to provide bike enthusiasts┬áthe freedom to customize their rides and efficiently connect them to dealers. As a solution we created Yamaha My Garage. A real time 3D configurator, conceptually connected to each bike segment – utilising the Unity engine to create [...]

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Zero Latency: Free Roam Virtual Reality Gaming

23. August 2015


Finally, Virtual Reality is stepping up to the plate, with a World First “Zero Latency” Free Roam, Multi-Player gaming setup in Melbourne, Australia. Using the latest Oculus Rift, and powered by Alienware backpacks, players can roam around inside a huge warehouse type structure with friends, in an immersive VR environment where they literally become the [...]

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Chatroulette: Live First Person Zombie Game

21. August 2015


This might be the best thing I’ve seen this year. It’s the world’s first Real Life First Person Shooter Game, played out live on Chatroulette, and damn I wish I could have played it. Realm Pictures pulled together an amazing story line, filled it with Zombies, weapons and challenges, then put their first person shooter [...]

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B-Reel: Virtual Reality Adventures Game

20. August 2015


Check out B-Reel’s latest experiment, this time an adventure with Virtual Reality on Cardboard. The game is called “Stupid Big Hands” and is a prototype for Cardboard that provides pick-up-and-play type VR gaming. You’ll take on the character of George, a 50m (160ft) tall guy, with over-sized uncontrollable hands that makes walking through cities a [...]

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SeeLight: Helping Blind People Navigate Cities

18. August 2015


SeeLight is a new, open source platform aiming to map the world’s traffic lights to help blind people be able to use any street, anywhere in the world, with the ability to easily stop and cross roads with confidence regardless of if the traffic lights have sound/tactile aids for the blind. Check it out here.

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Land Rover: An Instagram Adventure Story

12. August 2015


Land Rover fans can enjoy two fictional, Instagram adventure stories where the first story, viewable at @SolitudeInSawtooth, follows the outdoor journey of a young couple as they explore Sawtooth National Forest in Idaho. Similarly, @BrotherhoodOfWonderstone follows two brothers as they embark on an expedition through Kanab, Utah. In each Instagram Adventure, gorgeous landscape photos are [...]

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Facebook Launches World’s First Internet Drone

2. August 2015


Facebook & have launched their first full-scale internet drone called “Aquila” which is a solar powered, unmanned plane (drone) that beams down internet connectivity from the sky to remote parts of the world who otherwise can’t get the internet, either due to cost or lack of infrastructure. The Drone has the wingspan of [...]

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Toyota: Radio Ads That Turn Off Your Phone

21. July 2015


Toyota have been playing with radio ads in Sweden that aim to turn off your mobile phone. Your iPhone to be precise, by running ads that attempt to leverage the “Hey Siri” auto listening feature on iPhones, and while the reality is, you have to have your phone plugged in, and have the “Hey Siri” [...]

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LEGO Printers: Printing With LEGO Pieces

4. July 2015


For all your LEGO fans out there! You can make just about anything with LEGO, and you can make LEGO make just about anything too. And now, LEGO can even become a 3D Printer, printing with LEGO pieces! So this device, is a LEGO Mosaic Printer, that uses tiny pieces of 1×1 LEGO to replicate [...]

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Robot Origami: Self-Folding Robot Awesomeness

3. July 2015


Is this the coolest robot ever? Introducing Robot Origami from MIT, self-folding robots that unpack themselves, walk, swim, climb and complete automated tasks! A team of MIT researchers have developed the printable origami robot that folds itself up from a flat sheet of plastic when heated and measures about a centimeter from front to back. [...]

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