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Honda - Hands - (2013) 2:00 (UK)

Honda - Hands - (2013) 2:00 (UK)

With "Honda - Hands" w+k celebrate the curiosity of Honda engineers, that brought us small aircraft, mopeds, motorcycles, self-driving lawn mowers, walking talking robots and of course - cars.

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Dove - Camera Shy - (2013) :60 (UK)

Dove - Camera Shy - (2013) :60 (UK)

When did you start hiding from the camera? This video shows women of all ages who duck, giggle, hide behind books, purses pillows and pull their hair in front of their faces.

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UTEC - Potable Water Generator Billboard / Case Study - (2014) 1:34 (Peru)

UTEC - Potable Water Generator Billboard / Case Study - (2014) 1:34 (Peru)

Mayo DraftFCB/UTEC had a great idea for the University of Technology to show off with, create an dad that solves a problem through technology. Biggest problem in a desert city like Lima? Water.

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Diet Coke - The Slender Vender - (2013) 1:44 (France)

 Diet Coke - The Slender Vender - (2013) 1:44 (France)

The idea is quite nice, turn the vending machine into a slender pole, reminding people that Diet Coke is the skinny choice.

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Puma "Dance Dictionary" (2013) 2:45 (U.K.)

Puma "Dance Dictionary" (2013)  2:45 (U.K.)

Puma Fragrances teams up with a bunch of freestylers including PacMan, Storyboard and King Charles, to bring you the Dance Dictionary.

I thought you'd be able to write your own sentence and see if they could translate it-- they should do that as a live activation so it's more participatory beyond just clicking and watching.

The words and sentences have already been chosen and some of them extremely obvious. For instance, the word "heart" is translated by a dancer by making a beating heart shape with their hands.

It's about as fulfilling as watching someone else play Pictionary. But I'm sure the teen crowd will love it.

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A Boy And His Atom The World's Smallest Movie - IBM manipulates atoms (2013)

A Boy And His Atom The World's Smallest Movie - IBM manipulates atoms (2013)

Somewhere the team behind "Dot", the worlds formerly smallest animation, are collectively biting their fists while watching this, fascinated. This is IBM's atom boy, it took four scientists two weeks of 18-hour days to pull this off. And it took a gentle push from Ogilvy New York and production magic from 1st Ave Machine to take this from idea to finished film. The IBM research team has been manipulating atoms for a while, they can manipulate matter on the atomic level, and perhaps this will lead us to new ways of storing data in the future...

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Johnnie Walker Keep Walking - Strider - (2013) (South Africa)

Johnnie Walker Keep Walking - Strider - (2013) (South Africa)

As a smartly dressed man walks through iconic South African landmarks like Ellis Park and Vilakazi Street, memories, achievements and ghosts of yesteryear, appear as a reminder to the nation of the times the country has made the world sit up and take notice in the past. Some of these places may not ring a bell to non South Africans, but we can still appreciate the look created by Kim who worked with BlackGinger and DOP Paul Gilpin to do this. To create images that had a photographic long exposure field, they shot multiple passes of the same thing at a very high frame rate. This allowed BlackGinger to fade up and reduce the opacity of each and every person, while the strider remains solid throughout the ad.

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