The Polaroid Lab pop-up is a photographer's dream, featuring experts onsite, a series of analog photography workshops and an immersive installation that features AR content embedded in pictures, which is activated in the retailer’s app. Visitors can also test Lab, a new product that allows users to create Polaroid photos directly from their smartphone cameras.
Kodak and Delaware-based brewery Dogfish Head collaborated on a beer with a pH capable of developing Kodak Super 8 film, dubbing the brew "analog beer for a digital age"
The cafe & restaurant brand's VP of digital experience explains how the establishment caters to consumer demand for fast and slow dining, ultimately using technology to enable an end-to-end journey that puts the customer in control and offers greater transparency
In the lead up to the 2019 NBA All Star Weekend, Nike let fans build their own Snapchat AR filters and share them with their followers
Retailers are driving value with consumers by offering them personalized guidance and information at every touchpoint, from the pre-purchase, decision-making stage all the way to post-purchase support
Workshops in photography, design and music are coming to U.K. Apple stores, encouraging customers to take full advantage of their Apple products' capabilities
The photography brand is promoting its name as well as analogue film by launching film-themed noodles, encouraging purchasers to share photos of their eats on social media
The technology giant aims to fully utilize the downtime of T.V. screens, which home owners can enhance via a mobile app, turning the monitor into a painting, photo slide or even making it blend into the wall
A partnership between Wenn Digital and the Oak View Group allows fans to upload, register and sell photos through KODAKOne blockchain technology
KLM customers who spend the most time on video chat with their moms have a chance to win flights to visit them on Mother's Day
A Facebook prototype creates dream-like 3D spaces from 2D photos for viewers to explore in virtual reality
Six-wheeled robots will deliver food and coffee across a Silicon Valley office park in the first commercial use of the technology—and whole cities could be next
Museum visitors can substitute their faces for those of the painting's original farm couple with a promotional Snapchat lens