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  • Fashism appThe newest version of the fashion mobile app integrates Foursquare into its fashionable game.Thanks to the Foursquare API integration, users can try on clothes in-store and tag their looks to the store location. Other users can then see other looks that have been tried on at any given location. An augmented reality map overlay lets users see the highest rated looks at the stores near them.Other new features include the ability to follow other users, search for people on Fashism, and invite contacts to the Fashism community. Users will also be able to easily share their looks with their Twitter and Facebook friends, post looks to friends’ Facebook walls, email contacts and be able to text their look to their closest friends for immediate feedback.
  • Fashism appThe newest version of the fashion mobile app integrates Foursquare into its fashionable game.Thanks to the Foursquare API integration, users can try on clothes in-store and tag their looks to the store location. Other users can then see other looks that have been tried on at any given location. An augmented reality map overlay lets users see the highest rated looks at the stores near them.Other new features include the ability to follow other users, search for people on Fashism, and invite contacts to the Fashism community. Users will also be able to easily share their looks with their Twitter and Facebook friends, post looks to friends’ Facebook walls, email contacts and be able to text their look to their closest friends for immediate feedback.
  • Fashism appThe newest version of the fashion mobile app integrates Foursquare into its fashionable game.Thanks to the Foursquare API integration, users can try on clothes in-store and tag their looks to the store location. Other users can then see other looks that have been tried on at any given location. An augmented reality map overlay lets users see the highest rated looks at the stores near them.Other new features include the ability to follow other users, search for people on Fashism, and invite contacts to the Fashism community. Users will also be able to easily share their looks with their Twitter and Facebook friends, post looks to friends’ Facebook walls, email contacts and be able to text their look to their closest friends for immediate feedback.
  • Fashism appThe newest version of the fashion mobile app integrates Foursquare into its fashionable game.Thanks to the Foursquare API integration, users can try on clothes in-store and tag their looks to the store location. Other users can then see other looks that have been tried on at any given location. An augmented reality map overlay lets users see the highest rated looks at the stores near them.Other new features include the ability to follow other users, search for people on Fashism, and invite contacts to the Fashism community. Users will also be able to easily share their looks with their Twitter and Facebook friends, post looks to friends’ Facebook walls, email contacts and be able to text their look to their closest friends for immediate feedback.
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    • 1. An introduction to Brand Layers@helloskive
    • 2. Let’s start with a story
    • 3. Let’s start with a storyOnce upon a time..
    • 4. The physical and digital world werealmost entirely separate
    • 5. Their paths would rarely cross...
    • 6. You had one agency for yourtraditional “physical” media
    • 7. And one for your digital
    • 8. Then the QR code arrived!
    • 9. Advertising has never been so ugly 
    • 10. Now we could join the digital and physical worlds together...
    • 11. QR codes could launch a mobile site, a map, a video and SMS!
    • 12. AMAZING
    • 13. Sort of...
    • 14. The only problem is that QR codes are anightmare to use
    • 15. This is an example from a major British newspaper. Try reading the instructions below…
    • 16. It couldn’t be any harder if we tried
    • 17. I saw this ad on the tube for thedating site“Be Naughty” had a QR code on it
    • 18. In order for this to work it would involve someone holding up their phone to theadvert and declaring “I can’t get a date!”* and also realising that the QR code was entirely useless without any internet connectivity (on the tube)
    • 19. Then Google changed thegame forever
    • 20. Google Goggles!!
    • 21. It’s not just Google who are innovating in this space
    • 22. Aurasma are anexciting Britishcompany alsodeveloping an intrinsiclink between thephysical world anddigital content…
    • 23. So what?So what?
    • 24. To put this in context we must see how much weare becoming dependent on our phones.
    • 25. Here is a recent article that exemplifies this…
    • 26. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8435019/Ramblers-who-rely-on-iPhones-to-navigate-increase-rescue-call-outs-by-50-per-cent.html
    • 27. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8435019/Ramblers-who-rely-on-iPhones-to-navigate-increase-rescue-call-outs-by-50-per-cent.html
    • 28. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/84 35019/Ramblers-who-rely-on-iPhones-to- navigate-increase-rescue-call-outs-by-50- per-cent.htmlOur reliance on our mobile phones has gone through the roof
    • 29. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/84This is approaching a “life critical” stage 35019/Ramblers-who-rely-on-iPhones-to- according to Google navigate-increase-rescue-call-outs-by-50- per-cent.html
    • 30. There arecurrently 4438“medical” appsin the Apple AppStore.
    • 31. Our dependence onour phones will leadto……a seismic shift inhuman behaviour
    • 32. We will have a Digital Expectationof the real world
    • 33. Our reflex will be to point our mobiledevices at the world to tell us what weare looking at
    • 34. What will will see?
    • 35. We will see layers
    • 36. Brands will want to own this space.
    • 37. ..and create their ownBrand Layers!
    • 38. Here are the beginnings of a Brand Layer Skive created for Nestlé On the back of the KitKat wrapper we placed a marker, the user wasdriven to the Kitkat.co.uk where they could experience unique content
    • 39. Cadbury have taken this one step further byadding a gaming level to their brand layers.
    • 40. Layar is the original Brand Layer maker butrecently their business model has changed from an AR search engine to making direct response brand layers A smart move.
    • 41. Here we see a festival poster which has a Brand Layerwhich allows you to buy a ticketdirectly from the poster…
    • 42. Goggles Shops
    • 43. French Connection are trialing the use of Google Goggles with their shop fronts.Now their window displays link directly to digital content giving context to the display but also giving opportunities to purchase.
    • 44. Tesco have already started capitalising onpeople’s “digital expectation of the real world” byallowing users to shop directly from their posters.
    • 45. By using the QR codes on the posters they can addindividual items to their online shopping baskets to be delivered to their home later that day.
    • 46. What’s next?
    • 47. Handsfree...
    • 48. We will see brand layers without the need for a phone
    • 49. We will see brand layers without the need for a phone (yes, you’ll have to wear glasses)
    • 50. We will see brand layers without the need for a phone (yes, you’ll have to wear glasses) And here’s a glimpse into what they will look like...
    • 51. I’m only joking...
    • 52. The Wrap™ 920AR augmented reality eyewear
    • 53. ConclusionConsumers are developing a digital expectationof the real worldYour products and advertising will be windowsto a digital world
    • 54. Thank You…hello@skive.co.uk@helloskive