Tweet #DominosMeltdown to WIN pizza for a year*

a billboard triggered by wind.

Printing vinelables with vine

A very nice campaign for O2

Great video for the arts section of the Sunday times

flying people in new york

350 faces stop animate this music video.The Paper Kites: Young.. 

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Hummingbird Slow Motion : just beautiful

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very interesting hidden pictures in books  http://themetapicture.com/hidden-messages-in-books/

very interesting hidden pictures in books  http://themetapicture.com/hidden-messages-in-books/

Bt will put your tweet on to the tower… and send you a vine of it https://twitter.com/bt_uk/status/413649060982456320

Bt will put your tweet on to the tower… and send you a vine of it 

https://twitter.com/bt_uk/status/413649060982456320

this might also get you thinking about “branded” content in a different way, 
20th Century Fox, have created this social video for The secret life of Walter Mitty… all about the Philippines. 

To celebrate the end of Movember Harry’s (the disposable razor company) designated the 1st December National Shave Day. They created the film below with a guy justifying why he’s shaving off his tache, to his reflection.

www.NationalShaveDay.com

Amazon delivers with Drones… I really want to this to be true, but suspect it might be a PR stunt

CheckinDJ is a crowdsourced jukebox that arranges a venue’s music playlist to match the overall taste of its current patrons. Users register online or via an app, and enter their favorite music genres. Once at a participating venue, they use an NFC-enabled device to check-in. The playlist at the venue automatically adjusts to reflect their taste. Individuals can earn influence points by syncing the app with their social networks, and by checking in with groups of friends. The platform was developed by UK-based Mobile Radicals.

CheckinDJ is a crowdsourced jukebox that arranges a venue’s music playlist to match the overall taste of its current patrons. Users register online or via an app, and enter their favorite music genres. Once at a participating venue, they use an NFC-enabled device to check-in. The playlist at the venue automatically adjusts to reflect their taste. Individuals can earn influence points by syncing the app with their social networks, and by checking in with groups of friends. The platform was developed by UK-based Mobile Radicals.

A great piece of work by Volkswagen and Underworld. They have collaborated on a project that synchronises driving and music in real time. This unique experience allows you to compose music as you drive.