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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 the 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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Volkswagen: Introducing The New Site

23. July 2014


Ok so it’s not exactly brand new, but you’ve probably not seen the video for the new site. Volkswagen has rethought the entire online car shopping process and built the new with inspiration from dating sites. With the vision that finding the perfect car shouldn’t be as hard as finding the perfect date. [...]

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HUDWAY AR App: Drive Safely

7. November 2013


Introducing the latest in-car technology for drivers looking to navigate the road with two hands on the wheel. This Augmented reality app the ‘HUDWAY‘ uses smartphones to outline the road ahead with turn-by-turn directions, and displays it on the windshield using head-up technology – details like speed, distance, and driving instructions are displayed in different [...]

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FI Prototype: The Future Of Airline Websites

5. August 2013


Making some noise over the last week has been this really interesting UX/UI prototype video for the future of airline websites, created by the guys at FI. It’s a seemingly different approach to Airline Websites, but at the same time, kinda delivers everything they already do, just with a much prettier interface, buy probably highly [...]

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Royal London Hospital: Interactive Installation

20. February 2013


Here’s a great example of technology put to good use at the Royal London Children’s Hospital, patients now have an interactive playground featuring a giant screen that the children can engage with. The surrounding soft toys are integrated into an interactive game, so that the children can play with both the physical and digital versions. [...]

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MTV Mobile Europe: Interactive Pool Party

24. September 2012


MTV Mobile Europe has launched a cool new integrated campaign ‘GIF ME MORE PARTY’, to showcase the features and functions that MTV Mobile offers. The part of this campaign that I love the most is the digital offering, MTV have partnered with Buzzman Paris. to bring us an interactive, multi-viewpoint web experience, set to a [...]

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Volkswagen: Voice Activated Interactive Banner

18. July 2012


Here’s an innovative way for Volkswagen to promote their voice control function within their new ‘Touch Phone Kit’. German agency Agenta Agenturgruppe developed this interactive banner campaign that enables users to video-call their Facebook friends, all from within the banner. The Volkswagen Touch Kit is a new accessory that can be installed in the users [...]

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MNDR: Interactive Music Video

11. July 2012

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Here’s a great innovative way to engage fans, from band MNDR, as they take users on a journey with them in a new music video. The interactive video is made to look like an iPhone text exchange, pulling in Facebook data and information around your hometown and job to create personalised posts and texts between [...]

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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


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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