The Adidas Eye Ball visited Berlin, Barcelona, London, Manchester, Cologne, Paris and Milan, leaving an impact on all these vibrant locations. It also contributed towards Adidas winning the 2006 Eurobest Campaign Award.
Adidas, one of the main sponsors of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, held in Germany, wanted to impact football fans and connect with them in inventive ways.
YDreams developed two 6-meter interactive multimedia orbs equipped with vanguard technology and a stunning design. Fans could connect to the Ball using their mobiles, or view real-time information on football news, weather information and access exclusive content related to Adidas sponsored players and teams. They could also test their speed skills by chasing a virtual onscreen soccer ball, or take part in a “cheer the loudest” type contest.
Position: Project Manager for setup and installation in Barcelona and Berlin. Client: YDreams and Adidas
Undercover 2 was a location based multiplayer game deployed world wide. I was the project management responsible for the software and design teans and coordination with sales and marketing.
The game was played by more that 10.000 players worldwide. It was a runner up in in the Navtech awards in 3GSM 2006 in the best mobile game category.
In 2002, Vodafone gave their Lisbon HQ a face-lift; the refurbished space was to be dominated by a striking Cube, suspended over an artificial lake. From the start the Cube was conceived to become a ground-breaking installation, which called for smart and interactive content made to entertain and captivate Vodafone visitors and employees.
YDreams and IDEO developed the Cube”s 4 x 4 m interactive display, featuring a range of applications including pioneering multiplayer games that visitors and passers-by controlled using their mobile phones. The Vodafone Cube installation also won a Gold Award at the 2004 edition of IDEA (Industrial Design Excellence Awards).
Position:Software Developer for the games applications. Client: YDreams and Vodafone