I was invited to talk about the future of museums by the Danish Customs and Tax Museum on the occasion of their 100 year anniversary, and because they had decided to replace their physical museum with a digital experience, and to take the old museum and objects on tour in Denmark. This might seem [...]Continue Reading →
The sport industry is still reluctant to utilize social media to amplify their events and to share the social experience at stadiums with the rest of the world. The potential is notable, and aligned to the core purpose of sport – engaging communities of passion.
Imagine sitting at a stadium experiencing the atmosphere that has [...]Continue Reading →
The Dream Team.
Friday the 18th. November 2011 our team joined Startup Weekend Copenhagen. We wanted to participate to meet and work with new talents, build a new frontend for our stream and get business strategy feedback. Friday evening after our pitch 8 people were gathered ready to execute. After midnight the [...]Continue Reading →
From June 11-25 2011 Gignal will present the social media buzz created by the audience in- and outside the U21 tournament venues.
The games are played at different locations in Denmark, and the matches will be watched not only at stadiums but also in city squares and other outdoor meetup points.
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Every year the Danish event “TV2 Zulu Summer Bio” is touring Denmark presenting outdoor movies from various locations. We presented tweets, check-ins, photos and SMS messages.
We presented the Gignal on the center screen at Zulu Summer Bio, spreading the social media buzz from more than +120.000 audiences.
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One thing we learned throughout the years building startups, is that the best product is build by iterations in close collaboration with real customers and real needs. We have now reached a point with Gignal where we deliver a social media billboard presenting tweets, check-ins, photos and video – from venues and [...]
Checking in from your location has become far more known after Facebook Places has been launched. There are a broad variety of LBS (Location Based Services) providing information based on your current location. Some finds it brilliant, now information can be filtered based on my location – neat! Others find it creepy – [...]Continue Reading →
Geo-location has undoubtedly been the tech darling of 2010, and we have probably only seen the beginning, many more “must have” geo-location services will rise in the years to come. And we intend to provide one of them – with Gignal.
We basically aggregate data from a specific location or tag – [...]Continue Reading →
1. Foursquare – Checkin at a location and share it with your friends, including tips, special offers and photos.
2. Layar – Augmented reality browser/platform. Hold your phone in front of you and see where the nearest tweet is posted, where to buy Pizza – or what your search might [...]
We launched Gignal in closed Beta at New Media Days on November 9-10, 2010. 800 participants, 2 days, 3 locations – all around and about New Media.
This was an excellent case to launch since we had the opportunity to present and aggregate from more locations, all the social services that we [...]Continue Reading →
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