You’ve made it. And also Unit9, Google Chrome Team and Disney Interactive Media Group.

Find Your Way To Oz‘ is a new Chrome experiment inspired by the upcoming feature film ‘Oz The Great and Powerful’. Developed by UNIT9 the 3D environment is built entirely on WebGL and CSS3. Find you own journey…

Making off: http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/casestudies/oz/

11.04.12
#makeitcount

#makeitcount, a campanha da Weiden & Kennedy London e da AKQA para a Nike está rapidamente a tornar-se mais um sucesso nas redes sociais.

A campanha de publicidade pode ser vista aqui,

e o filme mood lançado pela Nike abaixo.

Mas o que tem criado hype e levado a campanha mais longe (i.e a um público mais mainstream e com um ângulo mais lifestyle e menos atleta geek) é o filme criado pelo Casey Neistat, youtube filmmaker, vendido nos media como um output rebelde (toque de génio). O filme mostra o produto no início (pulseira Nike Fuel) e o resto é história. Ou melhor, o resto é o que qualquer um de nós gostaria de fazer. Juntam-se as citações da humanidade que funcionam como fuel e a meio do filme já estou a encomendar a pulseira.

Cria-se um elo emocional ainda mais forte, mais transversal e mais fun.

Make it Count people. Just Do It.

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A prova de que nem tudo tem de ser feito em flash é o novo website dos Arcade Fire desenvolvido em HTML5 com uma ajudinha do pessoal do Google (daí o site funcionar em pleno apenas no Google Chrome).

The Wilderness Downtown

The Wilderness Downtown

Vale a pena dar uma voltinha (preferencialmente com o Chrome) em http://thewildernessdowntown.com/

In an attempt to find yet another way to create buzz, the band “Editors” present themselves and their new album in the context of Google Street View. Of course, it is not a real hack but more an overlay (or mash-up) of their own content in the context of their website. Still, even it is a novelty one-off, it is a great idea to use technology like this, and it is well executed. User can use well-known google maps and street view navigation to listen to the album’s songs and see the band members hiding in the streets of London.

A “viral” campaign, organised by the Belgian radio station Studio Brussels and the Red Cross, to raise money for drinking water projects, has won a prestigious “Titanium Lion” award at the Cannes Lions 2008 International Advertising Festival. The campaign was in support of the annual charity event ‘Music for Life‘ which is part of the “Serious Request” project initiated by the Dutch radio station 3FM. Its December 2007 “The world cries out for water” campaign focused on raising awareness and money for Red Cross development projects.

The “viral” campaign involved a black boy who showed up on Flanders’ best watched station ‘één’ during three days, always in prime time. He quickly drank the host’s glass of water and then ran off. The most frequently asked question during these days was: ‘have you seen the thirsty black boy?’ The whole thing started to lead a life of its own on the internet and in other media. After claiming the campaign, the Belgian organisers raised 3.3 million euros in 6 days time. The Dutch radio station 3FM raised 5.2 million euros and Swiss Radio Station Couleur 3 raised 150,000 euros.