Best Futuristic Video Commercials and AD’s
1.) Tron Evolution Game Trailer.
The digital world of TRON is awaiting a new participant. Disney Interactive Studios today announced the development of TRON: Evolution, the video game. TRON: Evolution is an action/adventure game being created for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC. Developed by Propaganda Games, Disney Interactive Studios’ action and role-playing game studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, TRON: Evolution is scheduled for release in Holiday 2010 before the “TRON: Legacy” film arrives in theaters.
2.) Futuristic TV spot for Rexona.
A breathtaking race against the clock, depicts a morning in the life of a man living in the future. As he goes to work, he has to face the challenges of this over-engineered world: Flying pods, robodogs, holographic alarm car, bossbots and much more.
3.) Saturn – The evolution of technology.
Beginning in the early stone age and evolving to the most powerfull technology of all times.
4.) Futuristic Droid X Commercial
5.) Audi E-Tron commercial.
An emotional clip, the amazing views of the new Audi reveals e-tron.
6.) Philips commercial – Robot
In this futuristic vision of home grooming, Philips invoke the spirit of Chris Cunningham in a bid to lure us away from razors.
7.) BMW Gina Philosophy:
The BMW GINA Light Visionary Model has finally been revealed, and the futuristic design study shows how BMW designers are thinking outside of the box when it comes to the materials that make up a car and also how the car relates to the driver. GINA stands for “Geometry and Functions in ‘N’ Adaptations”, which basically means that designers from both BMW and BMW Group DesignworksUSA were allowed to throw out the rulebook. This is most evident in the GINA Light Visionary Model’s outer skin, which is made entirely out of textile fabric that’s pulled taut around a frame of metal and carbon fiber wires. The skeleton of the car is controlled by electro-hydraulic devices and can actually move and change shape beneath the fabric skin. For instance, the headlights of the concept can be exposed or hidden by the car’s skin just like blinking eyes, and the hood opens from the center as the fabric parts to expose the engine. This idea extends to the interior, where BMW designers have made visible only those instruments that are required at a certain time, while the rest of the time the same fabric interior “blinks” them out of view. The car itself looks somewhat like a Z4 Roadster, though after viewing the extensive gallery of high-res images below, you’ll be amazed how much the outer skin looks like normal sheetmetal. Until, that is, you see how the doors open. They lift up in a semi-scissor fashion and since there are no exposed hinges, the fabric artfully binds up as the door swings open. While the design of the GINA Light Visionary Model is very Bangle-esque with concave and convex surfaces intermingling everywhere you look, it looks appropriate and natural here. The car is very much a concept, meant more to inspire BMW’s own designers and engineers rather than excite the public, but now we’re excited about shape-changin, fabric-covered cars, anyway. and P.S. One of futuristic music pioneers – Trendsetter aka Mark Holiday, produced exclusive music for this commercial. It is done in authentic electro / techno style.
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