Browse AR and 3D experiences below for case studies and inspiration.
For the release of Big Shaq’s latest song – Man Don’t Dance, Poplar’s creators produced a front and back AR filter to encourage social media interaction around his latest track.
This AR Filter has achieved over 20,000,000 organic impressions on social media so far. To experience this for yourself, long press the code in your Facebook camera to activate the effect on Facebook!
The English National Ballet commissioned this Facebook and Instagram face filter to promote their legendary show Swan Lake. Users could transform themselves into the White Swan, just like the show’s star performer Angela Wood.
Skin care brand Aveeno promotes the benefits of oats and the production process behind their new Skin Relief range with this exciting AR effect which also comes with a face filter to see how the product will transform your skin.
After 18 months of no live music due to COVID-19, Doritos wanted to unpause it by giving the British public a chance to win free tickets to the Strawberries & Creem Festival.
By scanning a QR code found on promotional posters across the UK, members of the public could watch an AR portal giving a hint of what the festival had to offer before being directed to page to enter the competition.
For the premiere of Eating Our Way To Extinction, a documentary narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet about our society’s environmental and ecological challenges, the producers wanted to keep their guests engaged with this effect they could share with their followers.
Jewellery brand Missoma launched their collection – a collaboration with gender fluid fashion designer Harris Reed – with this Instagram filter that brings butterflies to life with your back-facing camera, with the option to take a selfie with your front-facing camera.
The filter was based on the concept of the dual-gender butterfly, to reinforce the brand’s message of fluidity, self-expression and acceptance.