Tag Archive | "Facial Recognition"

Pet-Commerce: Where Dog’s Choose Their Toys

Monday, May 6, 2019


There’s an amazing online world for great pet products… But it’s the owners who choose them. So Petz, the biggest online Pet retailer in Brazil, decided it’s time to give your pet the power to choose! They’ve introduced “Pet-Commerce” a whole new commerce experience that uses facial recognition and AI algorithms to let your pet [...]

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Feel-O-Meter: Live Mood Tracking Installation

Monday, November 28, 2011

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One of the newest challenges in digital is the potential to pull real life emotion and feelings into our campaigns. But how do you really do that? How is it represented? You’ll probably remember seeing the Kraft Smile Tagging App, or the Prigat real time smile stations and Unilever’s Smile Activated Ice Cream from Cannes… [...]

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Frijj: You LOL You Lose Advergame

Monday, August 15, 2011


This new advergame from Frijj utilises an interesting mashup of funny, weird and seriously bad YouTube videos with webcams and facial recognition to create the “You LOL You Lose” app. The advergame pits you against friends from your social networks, in a challenge of who can keep a straight face for the longest period of [...]

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FaceLook: Coca-Cola’s Facial Recognition App

Tuesday, August 2, 2011


Coca-Cola Israel have done it again with another great experiential event integrated with Facebook. Last year we saw Facebook Integration At The Coca Cola Village which let teenagers share their real life experience on Facebook in real time. This year Publicis- E-dologic have brought us an innovative facial recognition app, letting users share their Coca-Cola [...]

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Unilever’s Smile Activated Ice Cream At Cannes

Sunday, June 27, 2010


If you can take your mind back 12 months to Cannes 2009 you’ll remember Coke’s Interactive Vending Machine won a Gold Lion, and in 2010 this time it was Unilever with their Streets “Share Happy” ice cream vending machine on show, but this time for the guests at Cannes and not actually in the awards ceremony. [...]

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