Aamu the cat, who lives in Arla’s milk cartons, went on a football-themed adventure this World Cup summer. A football field with goal and Aamu as a goalie appeared from the carton, inviting everyone to try their goal-scoring skills. High points got a place in the national hall of fame a scored goals also unlocked accessories for Aamu to wear in the next game.
Arilyn helped to enhance two classic pieces of art, famous frescoes by Tove Jansson, by bringing fashion journalist Sami Sykkö and nature journalist Minna Pyykkö to explore the frescoes and ponder the feelings, moods and inspirations on show within them.
What happens after a devastating turning point in life? Can evil be forgiven? Finnish photographer Meeri Koutaniemi and Finnish producer Arman Alizad exhibited a series of documentary photos giving people an insight into sufferings around the world. Meeri Koutaniemi’s photographs and installations depicted the violence directed against women in India and Kenya, as well as refugees in Thailand and other parts of the world.
This summer Greenpeace launched a campaign to save the Great Northern Forests and their importance to us and our climate change fate. The trees and soils of the Northern Forests are the single largest carbon store on Earth’s land surface, and not as renewable as the forest industry lets consumers believe.
Greenpeace decided to use augmented reality to globally raise awareness for the Great Northern Forests and their trees.
A city is more than its buildings and parks. A city is its people and their history.
City Stories are true stories, told on location, enhanced by AR to give you all the nuances of the setting, both visual and auditive. A stroll around Helsinki has never been more immersive and exciting.
One of Finland's leading newspapers, Helsingin Sanomat highlighted important social issues and quality journalism with a poster-based campaign, where words were turned into poster art. The artwork was enhanced with augmented reality.
The most expensive film ever made in Finland, the Unknown Soldier, is an iconic film based on the book of the same name. Pictures from the movie were printed on Valio milk cartons and through the use of Arilyn, the milk cartons transformed into a live preview of the film.
Many young adults don’t drink milk - and they don’t listen to their parents - but they do listen to music! The solution was to bring music to milk cartons. The songs of Eesti Laul, the Estonian tryouts for the Eurovision Song Contest, were a perfect opportunity for promoting milk consumption.
Arilyn helped to expose the world beyond one of Finland's most iconic paintings. When scanned with Arilyn AR app, the painting appeared around the user in a 360-degree panorama, providing a more colourful and involved experience.
Arilyn helped with the launch of the new Huawei P20 mobile phone by creating an augmented reality retail experience. The retail concept was launched in 12 countries across EMEA in spring 2018. With the help of augmented reality, the consumer could take a closer look at all the fine details and cool features of the new device while in-store.