Archive for the ‘Installation’ Category

TNT…Dynamite

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

Cool launch of TNT in Belgium. I like the mechanic of the button. I wonder how long time it took for someone to push.

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The Invisible Mercedes

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

This is very well made I think. Very spectacular and easily decodable. Nice job. But how do you make a car invisible, not only to the environment, but to the human eye? Here is Mercedes first stab.

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/Baek

Musical spy installation – with wings

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Super super cool. No relevance at all but really cool.

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Not another flash mob from t-mobile…

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

…yes indeed. I like this one though. Interesting how they have just embraced this communication form and pretty much become synonymous with it.

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Makes me hungry for Danablu

Friday, September 30th, 2011
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Mickey D’s Interactive outdoor

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Pretty cool installation in Stockholm. McDonals and iPhone in sweet harmony.

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Thanks to Eggers for the prompt!

/Baek

LYNX Fallen Angels

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Another very cool activation from Lynx – now using augmented reality in Victoria Street Station. I don’t know what the link to the brand is, but what the hell. It rocks…

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And thanks to the very talented Fun Flinck for bringing this to our attention.

/Baek

Star Destroyer – very cool

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Now this just brings tears to the eyes of an old Starwars mega fan. Yes I have the Ewok Village, the Millenium Falcon, the Imperial shuttle and about 40 of the finest action figures plastic can make. My favorite… Boba Fett.

Anyways, when I drink Tequila from now on. It will be like this…

Read the full story on Geekologie.

/Baek

How to rock out… on the iPhone

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Probably sounds better than when they play live with real instruments too.

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Paulie showed me this – cheers.

/Baek

Mechanical Animals

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Now this is spectacular. Artist Theo Jansen has created a new species of beach animals or mechanical beasts as he calls them. They feed on the wind and are afraid of storms and the ocean. Pretty self preservatory. Wonder if this is what Marilyn Mnson meant by Mechanical Animals. Wouldn’t that be neat.

Thanks to the geek Eva (GeeksontheInside) for diverting our attention to this fantastic installation. And of course TED TV – the best channel on the web.

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/Baek