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Google Glass: Race Yourself Fitness App

19. January 2014

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Here it comes, the wave of Google Glass apps that attempt to make these wearable devices useful! I’m not quite sure that Google Glass would be that great to run around in, but hey, if it is, this could be a bit of fun… The Race Yourself App attempts to motivate you, with Zombies, Virtual [...]

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Introducing The New NYTimes.com Redesign

13. January 2014

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With a completely new User Experience and UI, the new, New York Times website, elegantly brings you the world’s best news, in a whole new way. At first glance, you’ll not see a drastic change, but as you use the site, you’ll uncover elements that feel natural, like the way images enlarge, or the comments [...]

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Coca-Cola: The Wrapping Paper Billboard

7. January 2014

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Showing that cool billboards don’t always have to be digital, this one from Coca-Cola is not just smart, but it’s perfectly on brand, in a way customers want to interact with the company. The Wrapping Paper Billboard saw hundreds of people able to walk past to grab a full sheet of ‘Open Happiness’ wrapping paper [...]

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Sound Waves: An Interactive Art Installation

5. January 2014

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This interactive art installation is a few years old now, but you’ll love it all the same. An artistic experiment to showcase sound waves like you’ve never seen them before, with a 7×7 grid of audio speakers that have been rigged up with fog generators, which in turn, puff up into the air with each [...]

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Chuck Norris: Epic Xmas Split Parody

20. December 2013

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Not to be out done by Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris has thrown one back, this time, with a seasons greetings video message, as he recreates Van Damme’s feat with that Chuck Norris influence, doing the Epic Splits between two jets, with no less than 11 soldiers on his shoulders, who have lights attached to [...]

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Introducing Instagram Direct: Now Send Direct

14. December 2013

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Well, if I was an investor, owner or employee of SnapChat… Who just rejected $3 Billion in cash from Facebook… I’d probably want to find a deep, dark place to hide right now, because Facebook just put out a new release of Instagram, and yep, it’s pretty much just killed SnapChat, by allowing people to [...]

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SnapChat Santa: VML Agency Xmas Card

9. December 2013

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It’s that time of year where both brands and agencies pump out all sorts of Xmas cards to celebrate their creativity (or perhaps just something a little different). Well, here is VML Australia’s Agency Xmas Card for 2013 – SnapChat Santa – a new profile that will see Santa sending out weird but wonderful SnapChat [...]

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Domino’s: Pizza Detecting Billboards

4. December 2013

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In a cheeky stab at the highly successful British Airways Plane Detecting Billboards campaign, Domino’s Pizza, have re-created similar billboards, that just happen to detect pizza instead of planes, in a spoof that aims to hijack some PR on the back of what will arguably be one of the most interesting and perhaps awarded campaigns [...]

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Volkswagen GTI: Play the Road. Create Music.

3. December 2013

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Here is the latest Volkswagen GTI campaign, if you can even call it a campaign, I guess. Think of it more as a new experience, a new way to make music, in fact, its a whole new way to put together driving music, because it’s actually the way you drive the car, that you create [...]

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Amazon Prime Air: Delivered By Drones

2. December 2013

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Amazon Drones! We’ve all seen that Dominos ‘Pizza Drone’ delivery video. That was cool. But the difference is, when someone like Amazon says it’s going to invest in drones that deliver your packages… Well, then they probably actually will make it happen on a commercial scale, and not just a one off stunt! It’s scheduled [...]

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UN Women: The Autocomplete Truth Video

1. December 2013

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Here is the follow on video to those great print ads for UN Women, showcasing the Google Autocomplete search results, and whilst this video is emotive, I really do feel it fell short, that print campaign was seriously powerful, and I think this video could have been too, but it’s just lacking the elements that [...]

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PowerUP: iPhone Controlled Paper Planes

30. November 2013

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If you are looking for a backyard gadget, or just a twist on something old made new, mobile and awesome, check out the PowerUp 3.0 Paper Airplane that’s raised $250,000+ on KickStarter. It’s got a carbon fibre rod, bluetooth connectivity to your phone for a 55m flying range, along with a runner and smart flight [...]

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Doctor Who: 8-Bit Interactive Google Doodle

24. November 2013

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Just incase you missed it yesterday, and you’re a fan of ‘Doctor Who’, here is the official Google Doodle for the 23rd November 2013, which provides an interactive 8-bit platform game in which you play the Doctor through all his 11 incarnations. The Google Doodle was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, and [...]

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SlideShare: The State of Content Marketing 2014

20. November 2013

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Australia typically gets a reputation of being a few years behind the world in terms of digital, it’s completely false in all parts bar our eCommerce offerings… They just suck. So it’s interesting to see how we sit with this new SlideShare presentation on the state of content marketing in Australia.

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COIN: One Card To Rule Them All

19. November 2013

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Ok, I’m sorry, I had to post this. Yes, it’s had 5 million views in like 5 days, yes the video shows something seriously cool. BUT what I ask, is will you actually trust ALL your credit cards, reward cards .etc with this 3rd party device? Don’t get me wrong, it’s seriously cool. Infact I’m [...]

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