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Nike aims phones at the sky in search for sneaker-shaped AR cloud

Brief: Nike is urging Brazilians to point their smartphones at the sky to unlock exclusive content as part of the mobile campaign for its Air Max 2090 sneakers. The sportswear giant set up a microsite that customers need to visit before raising their phones upward to see an augmented reality (AR) cloud in the shape of an Air Max sneaker, per an announcement shared with Mobile Marketer. After finding the AR cloud, mobiles users can unlock a new song and music video from hip hop artist Djonga, along with interviews, tracks and videos from other artists such as McSofia. Desktop users can scan a website QR code with their smartphones to open the mobile website, which asks for permission to access a smartphone camera. Mobile users can unlock the experience without leaving home as the coronavirus pandemic keeps people indoors. Nike worked with WPP's AKQA São Paulo agency to create the AR experience, per the announcement.

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