The possibility of invisible cloaks straight out of a Marvel comic hero’s tool kit or a wizarding wardrobe a la Harry Potter. The underlying technology involves some science that sounds more like science fiction. Could ‘Harry Potter’-like invisible cloaks really exist? – CNET
On a more serious note invisibility cloaks have applications in the military, law enforcement and even urban design through the power of cutting edge science.
Foxes on the moon
Foxes and science fiction what could be more awesome? This reminded me of TinTin for some reason that I can’t put my finger on at the moment. Have a watch and let me know what you think.
Social@Ogilvy put together a great presentation on multi-screen marketing. Multi-screen marketing is going to increase with the rise of connected TV. One that western brand don’t seem to get yet is the hand-off between different screen experiences. More marketing content here.
The SIN R1 looks like the kind of car I would have had as a poster on my wall as a kid, but now it looks too outlandish to be on the road.
The driver doing doughnuts on the public road reminded me of the young lads who would take their hot hatches down to Blackpool for the lights . Revving their engines and pulling similar stunts. Which makes me wonder, what do they think their customer is going to be like? A yob, the stereotypical young footballer?
Lastly, I love these Tic-Tac posters which remind me of 1950s style adverts with their old school clip art elements, but rebuilt for social media as ‘tiny posters’. I was pleasantly surprised that Tic-Tac thought reaching back to the 1950s in terms of design would give continued social media credibility today.