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We helped the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation by creating Adaptoys, accessible toys designed to help those living with paralysis rejoin playtime. Utilizing technologies such as voice activation, motion sensors, and sip-and-puff technology, we designed and built prototypes of a remote-controlled car and a baseball pitching machine.


Canon Photo Coach

Canon wanted to help people capture great photos around New York City – and teach people about photography in the process. We used social listening to find the most photographed landmarks in NYC, then placed digital billboards where we knew people would see them. The billboards captured real-time API data and served photographers useful tips. 

Lean Cuisine

Lean Cuisine #WeighThis

Lean Cuisine needed to shift away from its diet heritage. Our challenge was to get people to see Lean Cuisine anew by starting a conversation around weight and value perception. We encouraged women to weigh their accomplishments in lieu of their bodies. Finally, we commemorated the responses in an installation in NYC’s Grand Central Terminal.  
Red Roof

Red Roof Inn

Red Roof aimed to increase bookings by giving tired travelers a place to stop and rest. We created technology that surveyed the roads for traffic and updated Red Roof’s search campaigns in real-time. Travelers were served ads with copy that spoke to their need for a break, communicating the distance to the nearest Red Roof for a good night’s rest.