Every day, an endless stream of tweets enters the Twitterverse – some live on via retweets and favourites, others to fade into the dark depths of the web, never to be seen again. This “here today gone tomorrow” phenomenon led Sid Lee, Fatbox and Lunch to wonder: must digital chit chat be so fleeting? They didn’t think so. And thus, Knitterstream was born.
NIVEA Stress Protect supposedly provides proven protection under stress, so whatever happens, you can stay cool and confident. In this version of the campaign a couple is on a first date and you get to interact with the scene via a clickable youtube video. I do like this type of interactivity via vids.
This is a really nice idea that brings online and real life together very well. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines recently launched a new global social media campaign: KLM Must See Map, made by friends. The online campaign, currently running in 24 countries, enables visitors to create a personalized city map, filled with tips from their friends. Participants will receive the high-quality printed city map at home – all for free. Biggest issue is that it takes three weeks to get it which ruins the idea if spontaneous travel is your thing.
Every Last Drop is an interactive parallax scrolling site that takes a look at how much water we waste on a daily basis and how small changes can make a big difference.
Amazing 3D scenes built entirely on WebGL and CSS3. Explore the carnival scenes and interact with the elements you find along the way. I really enjoyed the journey
A new iPhone app is launched during Stockholm Art Week where everyone in Stockholm can join a new art movement and co-create. The app captures your movements on the Stockholm map using GPS and transfers this info to an artist who’ll paint the movements on a real canvas. Just select your brush colour in the app and start walking.
Welcome to a dream, or is it? Find out for yourself in five beautifully produced interactive artworks, each featuring an iconic look from Wranglers Spring/Summer 2013 collection. The only pesky thing is the 5 different heaving loading screens. Creative: Team Kokokaka
Jell-O has been quick to react to San Francisco losing the Super Bowl by sending a site live less than an hour after Baltimores win. Jell-O will be sending trucks worth of their product to San Francisco locations on Tuesday to cheer them all up. I also love the Baltimore Blocker Chrome extemsion that allows you to block mentions of the Baltimore win buy replacing those images or keywords with anything of your choice – like puppies!!
Architecture and design firm Think Big Factory has developed a prototype in collaboration with the Basque Culinary Center and Fagor Electrodomésticos. The Smart Tasting prototype merges the digital and physical worlds into the dining experience. Interactive elements and projections are shown on the table and objects, there are projections on the panels surrounding the diners, and also in the kitchen area where the dishes are being created. Read more…
What a nice way of talking how easy to use is your new OS: Microsoft Windows 8 in Portugal.
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