Bacardi join hands with Snapchat on the use of AR 3D Full Body-Tracking technology


Bacardi Rum has cooperated with Snapchat to dispatch a custom dance focal point, per subtleties messaged to Marketing Dive. The enactment is an expansion of its “Conga Feat. You crusade that rotates around a remix of Miami Sound Machine’s “Conga” including Meek Mill, Leslie Grace, and Boi-1da.

In the wake of checking the Bacardi Snapcode, clients are guided through a progression of dance moves joined by 3D expanded reality (AR) activities. As they follow the prompts and complete the dance moves, they’ll open extra instrumental layers of “Conga.” Once complete, clients can share their presentation on their Snapchat Story.

With the enactment, Bacardi turns into the primary mixed refreshment brand to formally band together with the application on the utilization of its AR 3D Full Body-Tracking innovation, which tracks 18 joints on a client’s body and applies 3D demonstrating to follow their developments.

Bacardi’s use of Snapchat’s full body-following innovation applies AR innovation in a manner that naturally moves from the bigger “Conga Feat. You crusade, which recently took advantage of melodic marking and client-created content (UGC) strategies to interface with more youthful purchasers on their favored applications.

The organization in November 2020 enrolled Meek Mill, Leslie Grace, and Boi-1da to remix Miami Sound Machine’s famous hit “Conga,” requesting that purchasers submit sound or video to be remembered for the video. The remixed video debuted in the approach the Super Bowl, and a 30-second form broadcasted as an advertisement during pre-and post-game programming.

The AR enactment permits Bacardi to broaden the mission past the video’s delivery and its Super Bowl presence by bringing the melody’s dance moves to a huge crowd on Snapchat. More than 200 million Snapchat clients draw in with AR consistently overall, per subtleties shared by Snap, and the application’s everyday dynamic clients expanded 22% year-over-year to 265 million, per its latest profit report.

Brands across an assortment of businesses have incorporated Snapchat AR into their showcasing approaches, including Verizon, DoorDash, Gucci, Labatt USA, and the NFL’s LA Rams, to draw in the application’s young client base — particularly as the Covid pandemic keeps buyers homebound and reduces in-store shopping, live games, shows and experiential promoting.

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