Étiquette : Smartphone application

The Fire Performance

By Burger King

Burger King created a new AR campaign to give a special performance of the rapper Lil Yachty during the 2020 edition of the MTV VMA’s.

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Video Shopping with Google

By Google

Google is testing a new mobile video-platform for the consumers to help them discover, evaluate and buy products through 90-minute videos from influencers already present on YouTube.

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Remote Cheerer

By Yamaha Corporaton

Yamaha Corporation has been testing an application to help sports fans to stay involved in sports’ game (we are mainly talking about football here) in this context of COVID-19, where it is forbidden to settle a sports game with an audience. Thanks to the Remote Cheer System, fans will be capable of sending their cheering and instant reaction to the players that will be able to hear them through speakers installed in stadiums. It will re-create an atmosphere of a match.

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Let’s dance for a Whopper

By Burger King x Tiktok

Known for its atypical and particularly offensive communication towards its competition, the BK brand did it again, by partnering with TikTok to offer its community a way to order a cheaper Whopper while dancing.

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BURN THAT AD

By Burger King

In Brazil, fast food restaurant chains’ advertisings are everywhere, most of them are from Burger king’s direct competitors. Burger King wanted to hack the competition by leveraging its brand’s biggest signature : the fire. The brand encouraged users of its mobile app to point their camera to rival’s ad (print, coupon or billboard), then they will see, through augmented reality, rival’s ad turning into fire. After the ad is burnt away, a Burger King ad will replace the original ad, and the user will receive a free whopper at the nearest Burger King.

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THE FLIXONASE ALLERGY MONITOR

By GSK

1 in 4 Chinese people is suffering from nasal allergies. However, they simply attribute their allergies to air pollution, and ignore that weather conditions and allergens are causes of nasal allergies too. GSK decided to collaborate with MOJI Weather, the most used weather app in China, to create the Flixonase allergy monitor which indicates the real-time level of allergen, and to send geo-located coupons on high allergen days which encourage consumers to seek Flixonase nasal spray in nearby pharmacy then incentivize their purchase.

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Top Gifting Choice by Uniqlo

By Uniqlo

In China, young adults always bring gifts to their elder family members when they go back to hometown during the holiday of Chinese New Year. However, most Chinese prefer « healthy and practical » gifts such as foods, electronics or cosmetics, and clothing is not at the top of the gift list. Uniqlo wanted to remind Chinese people that clothes could also be a relevant part of the holiday, by using location-based coupons and AI powered Wechat campaign to send them gift recommendations with one-click order button.

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Social Tools

By Black et Decker

For Black & Decker, the manufacturer of housing and gardening tools, a great challenge in nowadays’ German market is that its products are available in fewer and fewer traditional stores. In another hand, more and more DIY amateurs are sharing their tools online. The brand decided to digitalize its image to seduce this young community by making a virtual smart cupboard of tools which allows users to borrow, reserve and exchange tools.

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SmartPlates

By AAMI

Young drivers are most at risk of being involved in an accident. AAMI SmartPlates allows young drivers to track their learning progress in real time and pinpoints skills that need practicing. It uses smartphone technology to live-track a learner’s hours, route choice, weather, road and traffic conditions, and then provides comprehensive feedback on progress.

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