old spice vimeo

It was very hard to write this post as... Well if you take a read and follow the instructions you'll find out why. A great use of browser technology and a lot of fun too. Unmissable.

We thought we had seen the extent of Vimeo's playback capabilities when we stumbled across the amazing 'And then there was Salsa' ad on Vimeo. Sadly it's been deleted, but you can get an idea of the user experience from this screen recording.

Today however there is a new leader in the Vimeo cleverness rankings, a 'video' advertisement for Old Spice featuring Terry Crews 'playing' musical instruments activated by his muscles. (Ok so it's a bit fake) Thankfully Vimeo allows you to embed the ad with all its post clip madness, so hit play and follow the instructions afterwards.

We particularly like the A key! If it all doesn't seem to respond, click the video to make sure the page is the front window.

Make sure you get some work done today!

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