Tag Archive | "Tribal DDB"

Wrigley’s User Generated 3D Projection Mapping

Friday, June 3, 2011


After posting about NuFormer 3D Video Mapping Interactivity Test we were given a heads up on the world’s first ever user generated 3D projection mapping event by Wrigley’s 5 Gum. The event was showcased in South Africa, both in Johannesburg and Cape Town. This world first experience allowed internet users to create their own projections [...]

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Advergame: Volkswagen Tame The Tank

Thursday, April 8, 2010


Tribal DDB Amsterdam have just launched this new advergame for the Volkswagen Polo, it’s a top-down 2D game with 3D elements where you drive the new polo around collecting items for good and bad. Unfortunately it’s completely in Dutch, and even though half my family is from Holland, I don’t have a clue what this game is [...]

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Philips: Parallel Lines

Monday, March 1, 2010


After the huge success of Carousel project, Philips launched a new campaign called “Parallel Lines”. They teamed up with five film directors (Greg Fay, Johnny Hardstaff, Carl Erik Rinsch, Jake Scott and Hi-Sim) from Ridley Scott Associates to shoot five cutting edge short films. The main goal is to bring a brand experience for movie [...]

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Philips Cinematic Viewing Experience Website

Thursday, April 16, 2009


This is probably the best promotional site for any new LCD TV i’ve seen, not only that it just happens to be the first 21:9 Cinematic Viewing LCD on the market, made by Philips. The site features a special short film directed by Adam Berg and Stink Digital that is a freeze frame 3D film where it’s [...]

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Chlorophyllo: French “Airwaves” Advergame

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

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I was just reading this post over at Adverblog, and clicked through to a new Airwaves chewing gum advergame created by Tribal DDB France. It’s a full video game where you interact directly with the video as you play Chlorophyllo, a Mexican wrestler that gets his power from the main ingredient in Airwaves. The art direction and [...]

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