Cast your vote for the best digital work of 2011 from 12 finalists in the FWA People’s Choice Award 2011.
Nice idea using near-field-comms for ordering food in a food court.
But would it replace Tissue Culture?
“Deck The Screens” (@DeckTheScreens) is a fun little holiday app from the folks at Deeplocal. It lets you string holiday lights between all of your screens. Just create a new set of lights, share your code with some friends or co-workers (it works best if everyone is in the same physical location), and watch the lights go.
AppMATes are a new line of toys that comes to life digitally when used with an Apple iPad, allowing kids to use the tablet’s screen as a virtual play mat.
Similar idea to the MINI Getaway, New Balance has this new campaign to promote their first flagship store in New York.
The ARG based concept drives traffic to store by creating a city-wide ‘urban dash’, challenging players to find hundreds of virtual batons throughout New York, before running to the new flagship store while still in possession of that baton.
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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 Talk-o-Meter is an iPhone app that can monitor the voices in a conversation so that you can see who’s dominating a conversation and who’s the wallflower. Wicked