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DevArt - Winner Announced #DevArt  

Mapping a dream as it navigates through your brain using G+APIs. Exploring metamorphosis through storytelling in the form of a poetic adventure with Chrome Apps and Compute API. Travelling through a playful giant map that explores fantasy and reality on a huge scale using Map API. Creating music through the touch of your finger on a simple piece of wood using Android. These are just a sample of the hundreds of projects we received after inviting the developer community to express themselves creatively ( as part of DevArt ( 

And the winner is … a duo Cyril Diagne & Béatrice Lartigue from France. Cyril and Beatrice’s project, Les métamorphoses de Mr. Kalia, is an interactive poetic adventure exploring the theme of metamorphosis in the human body, inviting the audience to personify Mr. Kalia as he goes through many surrealistic changes [video] [project page on DevArt site]. The piece conveys feelings related to change, evolution and adaptation. Mr. Kalia is brought to life through the use of a skeleton tracking technology, and uses Chrome Apps and Google Compute Engine. 
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Congratulations Cyril and Béatrice ! 
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A beautiful and immersive experience, using Streetview, photos, video, and narration to transport you to the streets of #Marseille. Let Julie de Muer take you on an adventure in Google Night Walk.
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There are so many great +YouTube brand channels, but only 10 can make the Brand Channel Leaderboard. See which popular channels inspired passion among their subscribers.
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If you’re at SXSW Interactive, be sure to catch one of Google’s sessions on creativity:

Aaron Koblin’s panel on how to inspire the very best creativity in your people, and what businesses can learn from wildly creative groups like Burning Man and Maker Faire. Saturday March 8th at 5:00PM.

Ben Malbon and Aman Govil’s session on how to bring together code and creativity, and how advertising has the potential to be more useful, contextual, and efficient than ever before. Monday March 10th at 9:30AM

To find additional Google speakers, search for “Google” on
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Making mobile work for the advertising industry

The advertising industry is currently in a bit of a “chicken or the egg” situation when it comes to mobile advertising -- marketers want to know that cross-screen campaigns will work before they invest significantly, but publishers need multiscreen-friendly campaigns in order to show they work. We think technology can help move the industry beyond this cycle. 

Today, the IAB published an open letter, signed by Google and 19 other global publishers, asking marketers to embrace mobile-compatible technologies such as HTML5. This letter is part of a larger “Make Mobile Work” Initiative, which will include additional resources over the course of the year to help kick-start the movement to successful cross-screen campaigns.
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This should have been subtitled "A letter to upper management"
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+Fendi partnered with Google to give their fans the possibility to take part in the fashion show by watching it from a better point of view than the front row.
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It’s no secret that #MarchMadness has been dominating conversations, TV screens and social media feeds. Before the Final Four showdown, +Think with Google investigates what this year’s trends mean for your next event strategy. 
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The +Future Lions  competition is open! And we're excited to be a part of it with #AKQA
We're proud to announce Google as the Official Partner of Future Lions 2014.
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New work featured on Creative Sandbox from +Coca-Cola, +Land Rover USA, and +Wendy's. 
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Imagine what you'd create if code were your canvas. This is the idea behind "DevArt"—a new kind of art, made with modern technology—and this summer we're teaming up with the Barbican in London to celebrate DevArt in an interactive gallery. 

We want you to be a part of it—visit, where you can follow the creative process of several incredible interactive artists creating installations for the exhibition, as well as submit your own project for a chance to see your own work featured at the Barbican. Learn more:
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When creativity and technology collide in the digital space
Google Creative Sandbox is a space to celebrate the intersection of creativity and technology, primarily within the realm of advertising. It's a place for Google to expose cool creations, generate inspiration, and prompt possibilities. Join the conversation of musings and example-sharing to help push the limits of digital creativity.