In the 1980s, to get a better signal, Brazilians would put Bombril (steel wool) on their TV antennas because it was believed to improve reception of the broadcast signal. And now Stranger Things fans can get a peek at what's to come next season by doing the same with their cell phones.
The platform developed for Netflix, contains exclusive content that allows you to tune in to new tracks and scenes from the third season. To watch, fans need to download the “Stranger Antenna” app and put a steel wool on the back of their cell phones.
In this AKQA project, Webcore worked in the production of technology and also developed the website where you can learn more about the application and download it.
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The project won 1 Gold Lion in the Mobile: Technology > Innovative Use of Technology category and 1 Silver Lion in the Mobile: Apps & Games > Brand-led Mobile Apps category at Cannes Lions 2020/2021.
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