One of my latest projects. Waternet is a local Water supplier that doesn’t only supply water but also cleans and filters it. But on Queensday a lot of people can’t see the difference between a canal and a proper toilet. To ensure they visit a toilet, we made peeing a bit more fun and rewarding. Everyone could take on friends or strangers in a peeing contest. Whoever peed the most received their watertaxes back.
I went the the playground with my 4 year old nephew. With a Go Pro. On his head.
Vodafone is introducing fixed fiber services for the first time in The Netherlands in a small town called Roggel. Fiber transports data with the speed of light and Vodafone wanted to see if this village was ready for such speed. To measure this we challenged them to a contest of speed with Vodafone’s fastest; Jenson Button. In the Grand Prix of Roggel the fastest of Roggel took on the fastest of Vodaone in a race through the village. Roggel in a F1 Simulator equipped with a 3D version of Roggel, Jenson Button through the streets with his world championship winning F1 Mc Laren Mercedes.
As Roggel has little over 4000 residents we couldn’t possibly invite the whole of The Netherlands. Therefore we made a documentary regarding the whole event from Roggels preparation of speed to their race with Jenson Button. Here.
I’ve always wanted a solar backpack . But for some misterious reason solar-backpacks-inventors intent to aim for the most repulsive design known to mankind when they manufacture these bags. Instead of complaining to them hoping they would find some time to make a backpack anyone with eyesight would even consider wearing, i took matters into my own hands. I cut up one of those design tragedies, took out the solar panel and installed it in my old Dakine. As i’m not exactly Karl Lagerfeld when it comes to sewing, the stitching is a bit of and i’m not quite sure it’s still waterproof, but the outcome is awesome. A backpack that enables me to basically charge any mobile device wherever i am, depending on the sun’s courtesy.
The London Street View Marathon mode is one of the adidas marathon runner preparation experiences which enables runner to plan and prepare their marathon. During the experience they’ll get advice from proffesional marathon runners like Haile Gebrselassie and adidas marathon coaches.
On the course we hid 5 miCoach Pacers for runners to find. For every pacer we released a clue on the adidas running Facebook so the runners can figure out where to look. If found the runner would be rewarded with a free miCoach Pacer. See London here. (switch your region to UK) and Boston here. (switch your region to US)
Made with the awesome TBS at 180/RIOT | 2010