Swarovski’s Augmented Reality Installation Allow Users To Virtually Try On Products And Tweet Reactions

Swarovski’s Augmented Reality Installation Allow Users To Virtually Try On Products And Tweet Reactions
technology

The famous brand installs a structure on Rodeo Drive that virtually brings Swarovski products to life and encourages users to share with friends.

Alice Chan
  • 5 december 2011

Jewelry brand Swarovski Elements is launching its “Let It Sparkle” campaign on the busy streets of Rodeo Drive this holiday season. The unique campaign is a combination of in-store, out of home and mobile marketing that allows consumers to virtually bring Swarovski products to life. Mobile users take advantage of an augmented reality app by GoldRun to discover pictures of limited-edition products that were made in collaboration with brands such as Missoni, La Perla and Stuart Weitzman. Consumers can then share these photos with their friends, family and virtual strangers. Swarvoski has also installed a DNA helix-like structure, on which consumers can tweet their own holiday messages using the hashtag #letitsparkle. Designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Margherito Missoni and Stuart Weitzman have written their own messages that are instantly displayed.

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