A new project on Kickstarter, promising to make you look less ignorant whenever your car has problems. Fixd plugs a dashboard sensor and sends notification to your phone when problems arise. The app provides multi-vehicle support, with notifications and advices[…]
It’s been a while since i’ve discovered a decent personalised video, but this on from Stink Digital to promote Etienne de Crécy’s new single “Hashtag My Ass” is quite impressive. The interactive music video at HashtagMyAss.com connects to[…]
Continuing last week’s food theme, a new campaign by brazilian food brand Nissin, celebrating their Miojo noodles with a very special type of recipe: noodles cooked in space. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpFzIRfzt10 The space mission debuted today, with an inside[…]
A calendar/planner entirely made of Lego, synchronised online. Created by Vitamins, via Rui.
Whenever people ask me for great examples of brands on Instagram, i’m always reminded of @bartsfishtales. To promote their sustainable line of fish products, Fishtales invited chef Bart van Olphen to share his tips and recipes on 15 second videos for[…]
At least if you’re nominated for Phonetastic, the parallel section of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, taking place next October in Catalonia. The mobile film festival is able to present its award-winning shorts from its Official[…]
Acura did something new today on Twitter. Instead of the regular card, we got to experience what is probably the first interactive Twitter card. Nothing truly groundbreaking but it’s a sign where native advertising is[…]
London has seen their share of exciting digital out-of-home activations, and this time it’s Leo Burnett London and Grand Visual joining the party with a whimsical billboard where thought bubbles are filled with Big Macs. Disclaimer: McDonald’s is a[…]
Amongst the several projects that Shin Seung Back and Kim Yong Hun are showing at the Ars Electronica Festival, this one was rather interesting: Nonfacial Mirror. Built with Arduino, a webcam and custom software, one can look at his/her face[…]
Proxima Nova is the new Helvetica. At least according to Typ.io, who finds out what fonts are being used at beautifully designed websites.