If you’ve ever wondered what Pixar’s famous lamp would be like in real life, then this could be it. Pinokio, a real life ‘smart’ Animatronic Lamp conveys emotional characteristics while being aware of its surroundings, giving it the ability to interact and understand humans through sound, movement and touch.
via: digital buzz
Rovio has partnered with McDonald’s in China to offer location-based Angry Birds games. Inside the fast food restaurants Angry Bird gamers can unlock a variety of content, such as game modes, stages and power-ups depending on which outlet they are visiting. Players can also vote for their favourite McDonald’s branch in China, and the winning location will get to feature a real slingshot on its golden arches, like those in the Angry Birds games.
Red Stripe Lager radically transformed overnight an ordinary looking East London corner shop selling everyday goods to an all-singing, all-dancing musical masterpiece as part of their ‘Make Music in the Corner Shop project’.
adidas NEO has taken window shopping to a new level with an interactive digital window concept that connects to a smartphone, making it possible to shop at the store after hours without an app or scanning a QR code. By typing in the special URL shoppers can connect to the window via their smartphone and take control of a virtual shopping bag. Any product dropped into the window’s shopping bag instantly appears on their mobile ready to save, purchase or share with friends.
To spread the word about BMW’s iTour, a “Window into the Near Future” was erected in New York City that transformed live traffic into futuristic BMW concept cars. Using hi-tech cameras, a projection screen and two projectors as well as car tracking technology to accurately mimic real-time traffic and environmental conditions, the digital façade represents what the streets could look like when the BMW i3 and i8 electric vehicles are in production.