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Intel: Innovation Hall of Fame

Called the "Innovation Hall of Fame", this interactive unit lets you explore the great innovations of the last century and read the original NY Times articles about those innovations. You can read about the advent of the automobile or the landing on the moon as they were written about in the day. Of course, the "Innovation Hall of Fame" is sponsored by Intel Core processors, yet another fine innovation. This is the first time the NYT has partnered with anybody in this way using their extensive archives.

Advertising Agency: Venables Bell and Partners, USA
CD / Founder: Paul Venables
ACDs: Paul Folkes, Tyler Hampton
Interactive CD: David Kim
Interactive Design Director: Ezra Paulekas
Art Director: Brandon Sides
Copywriter: Chip Waters
Executive Producer: Heather Wischmann
Producer: John Eagen
Production Company: The Visionaire Group

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gmint7
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forced imo

:::J:::

tirthomitro's picture
tirthomitro
2720 pencils

too uniinteresting

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

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Adaddicted
3435 pencils

pause...................

withalltherespects

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Phil Lestino
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zzzzzzzzzzzzz

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xcreativity
2374 pencils

slow and boring

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R U serious's picture
R U serious
405 pencils

Guys what happened in the end? I slept right after Graham Bell.

Say my name, say my name...

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Brain-Art
1101 pencils

So?

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brandingworthsp...
648 pencils

It is an amazing campaign, the video doesn't really show it, but the idea is great.

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Temple
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Excellent. Haters should go back to kindergarten advertising.

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