All posts tagged “Innovation”

Introducing Google Catalogs

You’d expect this from Apple, but Google just upped their game by releasing a Catalog app that aggregates the world’s leading retail brands into your tablets. A new interactive shopping experience with Macy’s, Urban Outfitters, Sephora and many many others.

The Mill Touch

Just lovely.


“An openly experimental newsroom,” Beta620 is the New York Times’ new platform for interactive and other projects, suggesting a new, unprecedented level of transparency for the brand.

Sapporo Shadow Sumos

Fun use of Xbox Kinect. By Dentsu Sapporo.

The story behind… The Wilderness Downtown

All very tech-geek-chic.

More at TheFWA.

Media Lion Grand Prix Winner

B r i l l i a n t !

Touch-The-Car. Digitally.

Taking the very physical concept of the ‘Touch The Car’ endurance competition, Peugeot have just run a campaign called ‘Take The Car’ – taking the challenge online. Created by Volt Reklambyrå, users would compete live from around the world to win a week with the car of their choice.

‘Players’ would connect via Facebook, select the car they wanted to drive, and simply click and hold their mouse on it for as long as they could. Dead Simple.

Google+: Google’s take on Social Media

Google fights back with their very own version of Facebook, a.k.a Google+ and Engadget were the first lucky few to get their hands on it, check it out here.

via Engadget

Hide Facebook From Your Boss With Excellbook

Excellbook – a new application from the socially-minded people at clothing company Diesel – that transforms Facebook into a clever and undetectable spreadsheet.

You can download the application for both Mac and PC at Be Stupid At Work, which is part of Diesel’s “Be Stupid” ad campaign.

TED Talk: The shape-shifting future of the mobile phone

At TEDxBerlin, Fabian Hemmert demos one future of the mobile phone — a shape-shifting and weight-shifting handset that “displays” information nonvisually, offering a delightfully intuitive way to communicate.



The new Nintendo Wii U pairs a more powerful, 1080p-capable Wii-like box with a controller sporting a 6.2-inch touchscreen, two analog sticks, a stylus, a front-facing camera, a full complement of buttons, an accelerometer and gyroscope, rumble capabilities, a microphone, and stereo speakers.

Weird and wonderful i must say.

McDonalds Interactive Outdoor Pong

Love the fact that you didn’t need to download an app to play.

Social meets bottle opener

Heineken created a bottle opener that automatically connects to Facebook and creates an event at your location every time you open a beer. Love it!

What happens when you introduce the Kinect to Machinima?

It’s like having a homebrew Avatar rig.

A night out without consequences.

Another great idea from students in Holland. Looks like it might be trend to feature student work on this blog.