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Monday
Feb042013

Nissan Play Future

Experiential stuff is a bit ten a penny at the moment, but this is impressive from a scale point of view.

Nissan got 200 owners to bring their LEAFs to a square in Oslo, where they were put together to make an organ. The organ was played via a mixing desk above the square.

Have a look 

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