Impressive ad from Wieden + Kennedy, Portland- directed by Adam Berg.
Fun interactive print campaign to launch a speedy new mobile network by DDB Helskinki.
Adam Kumpf takes the video out of the video game!
Impressive debut game for the new Sony handheld PS Vita. Using augmented reality technology and the camera on the console you can not only feature in the game but the arena becomes where ever you are. Nice.
Amazing fun for tech savvy kitties everywhere.
Commuting gets competitive as TFL and Mudlark team up to turn travel into gameplay.
Taking the data created froms travellers Oyster Cards and Bike Hire Keys it turns it into a mission based ambient game. Participants can play on their own and form a team amongst friends, they can “take” stations and also complete missions such as “get off one stop early” encouraging people to explore the parts of the city they have never seen. All aboard here.
In this installation from artist Riley Harmon, fake blood is dispensed on the floor every time someone dies in the online game “Counter Strike”, putting a real spin on the unreal gameplay.
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A great bit of art critique here from Hunter Jonakin- pay 25 cents to run around a virtual Jeff Koons retrospective blowing the shiny rabbits out of his works. Harsh, but fun retro arcade harsh.
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Two projects by the wickedly creative Aled Lewis. This first can be seen on his flickr page and features classic video game characters in real environments. The second, scenes created with plastic animals, is part of a initiative he calls “Make Something 365″, the intention being to create something everyday. See more of his work here.