Commodore is not dead

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August 2010

Description

Ambient advertisement created by Change, Poland for Silesia 8bit Party, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Advertising Agency: Change Integrated, Warsaw, Poland
Creative Directors: Ryszard Sroka, Jakub Korolczuk, Rafał Górski
Art Directors: Tytus Klepacz, Adam Marzec
Copywriters: Adam Marzec, Tytus Klepacz
Commodore 64 Programmer: Rafał 'Raf' Szyja
Designer: Iza Koniarz
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Guest's picture

@dbb. a c64 have a "DATASETTE", its like a dics. just look at google

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DBB's picture

This is great !
but can someone please explain how does it work ?
the translation part ...

DBB
Activity Score 1216
Guest's picture

@dbb. a c64 have a "DATASETTE", its like a dics. just look at google

Guest
ivan's picture
ivan
Creative Director at Ads of the World
Guest's picture

good! very good! It brings on memories to me...

Guest
John van de Vorstenbosch's picture

WOW, is all I can say.

@DBB, the old C64's would work with casette's as data carriers. Later floppy drives were introduced. So I guess what you did was record the audio from the radio, and just let that be loaded by your C64 by entering the tape. Brilliantly done, hope it worked! VERY cool media use!

John van de Vor...
Activity Score 216
Copywriter at Hansnel Group
atb2005's picture

Wow indeed. But a commodore convention? Really?! Commodore is dead.

atb2005
Activity Score 13547
LeroyChristian's picture

wow

LeroyChristian
Activity Score 392
Other at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Hibon's picture

Clever... bravo!

Hibon
Activity Score 3734

Simple ideas are the best !

sirvan's picture

Wow. Jr. High School comes flooding back!

The C64 was teh awesomez!

sirvan
Activity Score 29856

+++

"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

raven's picture

Great target group oriented action!

raven
Activity Score 204
Guest's picture

The question is: Does the target group really still use an FM radio receiver with a cassette recorder?

Guest
tytpol's picture

The answer is: Yes. And if not, they can record it from radio streaming and use C64 emulator. Thanks for voting before knowing the answer.

tytpol
Activity Score 777
Copywriter |

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salamandos's picture

Where is the innovation here? There existed computer radio shows in the 80s (I recently read about a radio show from former eastern Germany) which aired such program code so one had not to transcribe long program listings from magazines.

salamandos
Activity Score 1947
Art Director
Guest's picture

So, it works! Cool! Love it!

Guest
Guest's picture

Yes, it's cool and working but what happen if my target group dont know c64 ?

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ukkesz's picture

that target group had to know c64

ukkesz
Activity Score 56
Other at K2 Media
Guest's picture

Genius!

Guest
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