To showcase Verizon's technology at Super Bowl LI, we built the first-ever VR football game that let people play head-to-head — offense against defense. You against a friend, standing on the same field.
The game made Verizon's activation one of the biggest hits of the Super Bowl.
Verizon NFL — Virtual Gridiron
SAP helps the best businesses run. And, apparently, skate. Here we take a humorous look at the hard work it takes for players to put up the stats that SAP provides access to.
SAP x NHL: Chara
SAP x NHL: Logan Couture
New York Lottery, TV
Some people would quit their job if they had the money. Others, well, they just make their work environment more fun.
New York Lottery - Spread the Wealth
SAP is the brains behind NBA stats and analysis, making insights so simple that even a kid can understand. So we enlisted the sons of two NBA superstars to prove it. Chris Paul II and Zion Wade dropped knowledge via social media during the NBA Finals. And the internet noticed:
At the 2017 NBA Draft, more New Yorkers switched to Verizon than in all of 2016. That's because we brought in a leather craftsman to tear open authentic NBA balls, steam them, and handcraft a first-of-its-kind item: limited edition phone cases made out of game balls—for anyone who switched. Having Vince Carter on hand to sign them didn't hurt, either.
Verizon Phone Cases
Razor companies just keep adding blades. We thought we’d poke a little fun at the future we saw ahead, on behalf of Philips Coolskin. Because really, eventually those blades are going to be downright dangerous.
Humana, TV & Digital
No script. Many cameras. And two weeks shooting the true story of how Humana brought healthcare to people who desperately needed it.