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mix_willer's picture
mix_willer
Activity Score 10

Short rationale on the banner:
Statistics show you are more likely to climb Mount Everest or survive a plane crash than click on a banner ad. So we decided to make a one, that was so fun you couldn't resist playing around with it. Music courtesy of Peanut Butter Wolf & Stones Throw. Scratching made by you!

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17397

Cool idea. But I doubt people will play with it.

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Pete R.'s picture
Pete R.
Activity Score 3384

Where can I try it?

mix_willer's picture
mix_willer
Activity Score 10

@Pete R. It is not live anymore, but try it here: press.aiaiai.dk/turntable

mix_willer's picture
mix_willer
Activity Score 10

Short rationale on the banner:
Statistics show you are more likely to climb Mount Everest or survive a plane crash than click on a banner ad. So we decided to make a one, that was so fun you couldn't resist playing around with it. Music courtesy of Peanut Butter Wolf & Stones Throw. Scratching made by you!

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kleenex
Activity Score 44165

yes!!

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WadeDR
Activity Score 22

This advertisement from AIAIAI located in Denmark was most definitely one of the more interesting ads I have seen in my whole life. They actually made a song using the rhythm of a girl’s bottom while she was dancing. The sensors when she shook were sent to the DJ’s who attached it to a noise which to me is incredibly creative and a way to get consumers to pay attention. I think this commercial is very effective as well because it catches the attention of the obvious demographic here which is young male and female adults. Guys will want to check it out because the concept is appealing and this kind of dance music is very hot right now with the women. They are putting this out while the phrase twerking is still in season and is a term that is a part of our pop culture in today’s world.

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