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FRAMED* Digital Art iPhone App

This is a pretty cool concept from design agency Tha Ltd. They have developed Framed* a ‘platform for new art forms’ which lets you display digital art including interactive art, web applications, motion graphics and illustrations on giant screens.

Framed* consists of an iPhone app that links to a 40 inch Samsung LED display, allowing digital works of art to be displayed, you can even manipulate content using a virtual touchpad. The app controls the display, allowing you to select from a range of artworks in the Framed* store which artists can upload their work to.

This project is a collaboration between Yugo Nakamura of Tha Ltd, Yoshihiro Saitoh, interior designer and founder of A-Study Co., Ltd., and Om, Inc., a design and engineering team based in Taipei.

Framed* isn’t widely available yet and we don’t have any details on pricing but you can keep an eye on the latest news and releases on Twitter@Framed_official and on Facebook

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Nike: Game Day Social Installation

This digital/social installation goes back a few months now, but a lot of you guys might not have had the chance to see it, with the campaign created out of Asia by Ogilvy Singapore.

Nike Shout was a social installation designed to give fans a real voice, in real-time, on game day. With fans submitting messages of support for their team or favourite player via the Nike Football Facebook App or with #hashtags on twitter, messages would queue in real-time, before being displayed on huge LED displays that run the length of the field, during games.

The installations generated, on average, over 400, twenty second fan messages per game, while helping to increase social conversation by almost 60% and increasing Facebook fans from 360,000 to over 560,000 during the games…


Anti-Fur iAd Campaign

I know these topics usually cause all sorts of debate, but hold that for just a moment, and enjoy this smart little “mock” iAd for VGT (an association combating animal factories in Austria) in an iPad magazine called Datums. The iAd features a girl modeling a large fur coat, but as you go to swipe past the ad, it leaves a blood mark on the page, when you swipe again, the iAd releases more and more blood onto the page, followed by the associations anti-fur message.


Fiat: iPhone App Case Study

Here’s a great iPhone app from Leo Burnett Madrid. To promote the new Fiat Punto Evo to a tech savy target market they came up with this mobile app that treats road signs like QR Codes. By capturing the signs with the app, users get information on various features of the Evo. For example; a stop sign will tell the user all about the new breaking system, a curve ahead sign will tell the user that the car has an intelligent lighting system that guides you in curves. For added incentive Street Evo was also a game, hundreds of prizes were hidden in the traffic signs, the first ones to discover them won the prize!

With a small budget Fiat managed to create their largest ever outdoor campaign with over 1,000,000 traffic signs being spotted on week one. The app also directed people to their nearest Fiat dealer via GPS which saw an 82% increase in test drives. What a great way to showcase all the new features of the Fiat Punto Evo.


Real life Facebook Like with Hyundai

well it seems that Renault wasn’t the only brand pushing Facebook “Likes” via RFID at the 2011 AutoRAI Motorshow in Amsterdam this year, with Hyundai deploying a very similar social engagement strategy, linking Facebook accounts to RFID “Like” cards for visitors of their stand.

I wonder if that was a little embarrassing for both agencies / brands involved?! I suspect that this might just become some sort of standard that evolves over the next 12 months at the worlds biggest motorshows… What do you think? Perhaps the only downside to this, if that users won’t want to “connect” their FB accounts to each brands RFID cards, so perhaps the bigger opportunity here is for the motorshows themselves to issue them, along with the scaning stations, to both brands and visitors so we get a real sense of what cars are most liked?


Heineken Star Player: Live Football Gaming App

Heineken have just launched a multi-platform gaming app called the “Heineken Star Player”, available on mobile (iPhone only for the moment) and Facebook, with the game placing you at the centre of every UEFA Champions League match, where you can take on friends and indeed the world, as you make big calls for points and prizes, while the game is played on TV.

The app is synced live with each UEFA game, allowing it to challenge you with decisions as they happen, like penalty kicks… Will he score and where top left? Bottom right? This app puts what you are thinking into the palm of your hand, to play against the world. With approximately 86% of people who use mobile Internet, using their phones while watching TV, it’s easy to see the potential success of an app like this, and makes it a very powerful tool for Heineken. Created by AKQA.

Is this the type of app that will de-throne Fantasy Football the world over? Not sure, but I do love it!
This style of real-world digital integration is set to become a gold mine over the next year.


Nike “Zuperfly” New Campaign

Know Ibrahimovic? Well he plays for AC Milan and has just over 1 million fans on Facebook, so I’m assuming her is a half decent player! So if you’re a fan, you can now play Nike’s “Zuperfly” Game, well actually, its more of a virtual experience seeing the guys from Naked Communicationsin Sweden strapped a 360 degree webcam on his back while he played a game of football…

The result? A virtual experience that puts you into Zlatan’s shoes, allowing you to play as the man himself to see if you can make key decisions to score the same 3 goals.


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