Augmented reality, Facebook connected bus shelters

Intel used augmented reality face-tracking technology on 12 wrapped bus shelters to promote their new Ultrabook.  Passersby were invited to stand in front of a screen and choose from Medieval, Western and Kung-Fu themes by donning a virtual hat.  They could then take and upload a picture to the Intel Facebook campaign and enter a prize draw via a QR code. The campaign was planned and created by Posterscope, OMD, JCDecaux innovate and Total Immersion.
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Meanwhile in Covent Garden, Intel’s Project Monument drew crowds with its giant vending machine; dispensing free consoles, laptops and toys from yesteryear.  The event also included games and sports from our childhood.
Via: londonist