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Toyota RAV4: Outdoor Website

31. July 2013

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How do you showcase a new adventure car to a target audience that spends their time outdoors? You take the website to them. This is what Toyota Africa did to bring the new Toyota RAV4 product site to life on an outdoor bike trail at the Bryanston Cycle Park in Johannesburg. The 1.8-km cycling track [...]

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Kit Kat: Free No-WiFi Zone

26. April 2013

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Free WiFi is available almost everywhere we go. People are constantly online, busy with their electronic gadgets all the time. As Kit Kat we saw that as an opportunity to give people a break. So instead of offering Free WiFi like every other brand, we created a Free No-WiFi Zone. A big sign with a [...]

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BMW iWindow Installation

17. January 2013

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Here’s a cool execution from BMW. They came up with the idea of the BMW iWindow to show the world what the future of driving could look like in New York. Using digital projection and motion detection technology they projected concept cars in real-time on a giant window. The cars were made to look like the real, future [...]

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Jameson Irish Whiskey: Playable AR Billboards

25. October 2012

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Jameson Irish Whiskey has launched a huge Blippar activation in Australia for the launch of their new RTDs. The Blippar campaign turns the bottle (where ever it is seen) into a game when scanned with the Blippar App, which is powered by Image Recognition technology on an Augmented Reality Platform, creating ‘playable’ billboards, adshells, websites, [...]

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Cadbury: Joyville Activation

2. July 2012

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Last week Australia saw one of the biggest experiential activations of the year in Sydney when Cadbury unleashed the latest chapter of the Cadbury Joyville story. At a few select train stations in Sydney a giant purple Cadbury Joyville steam train pulled onto platforms to spread some Cadbury joy (and some Dairy Milk chocolate) to [...]

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NAB: The Honesty Experiments

1. July 2012

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Here’s a nice little experiential campaign from Australian bank NAB. They launched their new Honesty Shouldn’t Go Unrewarded piece with a real time stunt that saw honest passersby thanked in real time for returning lost objects. The stunt was set in a mall where shoppers were given the opportunity to return lost property. After returning [...]

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adidas: Light You Up Projection

19. June 2012

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Here’s a great example of what happens when projection mapping meets social media. Yesterday we saw a nice piece of experiential marketing from adidas with their ‘Ready to Run‘ campaign, now here is a nice piece of projection from adidas that let’s the user see their name in lights! This ‘Light You Up’ Projection from [...]

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McDonalds: The Train Timetable

19. June 2012

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Here is a smart campaign idea from McDonalds in Poland by DDB Warsaw, which has just won some acclaim at Cannes. At the Central Station of Warsaw, Poland, McDonalds integrated their menu into the train timetable. The timetable not only showed up-to-date schedule information but also showed how many items from the menu you had [...]

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Emart Sunny Sale: 3D Shadow QR Code

3. May 2012

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Here is a very smart use of QR codes from Korea, a region known for it’s high levels of traction with this technology. This campaign from Emart, one of the largest retailers in Korea, needed to increase sales during lunchtime. Emart introduced “The Sunny Sale” which involved a three-dimensional QR code that was placed across [...]

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Coca-Cola: The Cheering Truck

1. May 2012

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Here’s another great real-world campaign from Coca-Cola, ‘The Cheering Truck’. The brand’s well known red truck has been fitted with a recording booth and has been travelling all over Argentina collecting the cheers of football fans to support the Argentinean team. The truck drove through 19 provinces in Argentina, stopping in selected areas inviting fans [...]

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Intel Ultrabook: New Digital Flashmobs

21. February 2012

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Here’s a new take on flashmobs from Intel to showcase the features of their new Ultrabooks. Intel used 60 people to create a digital billboard made of Ultrabooks to demonstrate the product’s ultra-thin design and responsiveness. The flashmob team carried out a series of live surprise stunts across Los Angeles, using the laptops to interact [...]

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Autism Speaks: Kinect Powered Digital Billboards

19. February 2012

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I expect the Microsoft Kinect to be partnered up with tonnes of digital billboards and installations this year, and here is just one example to help kick it all off. Autism Speaks has created a Kinect powered digital billboard featuring a life size girl who avoids eye contact no matter how hard you try. The [...]

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Hyundai: Times Square Billboard Racing Game

30. December 2011

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Hyundai have created the world’s largest iPhone controlled racing game in New York’s Times Square. Users simply have to register with the “Hyundai Race” and download the app to get a turn to control the car on a giant digital billboard using their iPhone. The game features the Veloster hatchback which is controlled by the [...]

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Vodafone: Christmas Laser Graffiti

22. December 2011

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Here’s a great Christmas campaign from Vodafone Ireland, bringing together social media, projection mapping and street art to encourage their Facebook community to hit the streets. Vodafone enlisted digital agency Cybercom to help them create something different this Christmas. The experience started with “Make Someone Happy” on the Vodafone Playground Facebook page which, over the [...]

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Nike Jordan Melo: Water Projection Mapping

26. October 2011

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Nike is doing something a little different with projection mapping for the new Jordan Melo M8 shoe, this time throwing in water, in fact the whole thing is projected onto water fountains, which perfectly complement the movement and desired effects to create something pretty special for your eyes… Sure, there isn’t any interactivity as we’ve [...]

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