Face Recognition, New York

December 2011
Leica:  Face Recognition, New York


Print advertisement created by Demner Merlicek & Bergmann, Austria for Leica, within the category: Electronics, Technology.


New Leica D-Lux 5 with face recognition.
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Advertising Agency: Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann, Vienna, Austria
Creative Director: Rosa Haider
Copywriters: Niki Peterson, Nadja Nashef
Art Director: Dominika Babski
Photographer: Oliver Gast
Account Supervisor: Moana Merzel
Account Management: Heike Degen
Art Buying: Ilona Urikow
Final Art Work: Aron Cserveny
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vote4pedro's picture

The headline was incorrectly translated. It should read: "New Leica D-Lux 5 with shitty face recognition that doesn't really work."

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puppiepoppy's picture

Nice! I think it's a good campaign for Canon (or Nikon, etc) face recognition.

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NicoCiego's picture

True. The ad doesn't carry the identity of the brand.

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George Souza's picture

Idea is fun, but it tells the face recognition will fail.

George Souza
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Ron Burgundy's picture

i like this, i find myself seeing faces in things

Ron Burgundy
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Art Director at Southern California
p.syche's picture

Suggests face recognition doesn't work...

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andylefty's picture

I get it.
Leica has such strong brand value.
I want one despite this ad.

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Graphic Designer at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Roger Keynes's picture

An idea. Not the idea.

Roger Keynes
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Glut's picture

boring idea

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Dharmesh aka danny's picture

5 is just for the idea.

Dharmesh aka danny
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