Posts Tagged 'sony'

40 Million 3D TVs by 2014!

Who would thought that one day we’ll be watching TV with those stupid glasses ?
Well you should get ready for it, because in 2014, 40 Million 3D TVs are being expecting.
Youtube is already testing 3D videos. In 2009, Sony presented PS3 Games in 3D.
So you better get use to the idea, but I do think that when we’ll have the opportunity to try a 3D TV, we’ll be thrilled to get ourselves one !!!
I personally can’t wait to experience it!

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Sony gets in tune with Facebook

Fed up with the same old Facebook status? Then you have to adopt this new application, created by Sony.
The “Auto-Tune Your Status” app that, as the name suggests, lets you create a status update and then have it played back as an auto-tuned song.

To use it, simply enter in your status update, select a voice, and pick a beat. From there, your auto-tuned status update is created and posted to your wall and to the news feed so your friends can see it.
I don’t know about you, but everything is worth impressing my friends !!

Auto-tune Your Status Update is part of the deal that web video show Auto-Tune the News recently announced with Sony. They aren’t the only entrepreneurs cashing in on Auto-Tune though. iPhone app developer Smule recently launched an auto-tune app as well.

So head on over to Sony Electronics Facebook page, and let boring status updates become a thing of the past!

You’ve played SingStar, now Sony launches SingCar

You know the score, you’re stuck in traffic, bored beyond belief with your music on, so what better way to while away the time than to unleash you’re hidden diva (or rock star) and sing like there’s no tomorrow. Let’s face it we’ve all done it!

Now Sony have launched a super cool campaign in Japan aptly named “Singing In The Car”. The campaign that promotes their new in-car navigation system is an online audition to seek out the best in-car performers. Videos are uploaded to the website and the best ones will be used in their TV advertising throughout December.

This is a perfect example of the use of consumer created content to create an interactive TV campaign. This fun campaign has driven consumer engagement, not only from the participants, but also from spectators who just enjoy seeing the outcome of the competition.

Now where’s my passport……..