Intel may very well be the world’s number one processor manufacturer however unlike many super-large companies, they aren’t just corporate suits; in a clear demonstration of wanting to bring leading ideas to the table within the technology world and spur on innovation, the company are collaborating with upcoming talents within the music and fashion industry to fuse their creating ideas with the very latest technology.
In a concept named ‘It’s your world now’ (curiously, a name shared with an Eagles song) Intel is looking to and is currently partnering with upcoming talent and existing talent within specific industries. One such example is collaborating with Christian Joy, whom has been featured in the New York Times, Nylon Magazine and ELLEgirl for her fashion costumes relating to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The Klaxons.
The partnership sees Christian as an Ambassador using an Intel powered Ultrabook to develop new concept designs and connect with all online communities which inspire her. Quite simply, Intel is putting across the message that if you are the creative type, an Ultrabook is a perfect machine for you.
Christian Joy has a very unique and innovative approach to all of the design and costumes she creates, and is one of the hottest fashion talents within the industry garnering praise from numerous industry experts and trend setters. Now, however, and as part of this Intel inspired concept, she would like your help to take her ideas to the next level.
The question is, are you up to the task? Here is a message from Christian herself:
“Hi everyone! Big, exciting news — I’ve finally come up with an idea for my project with Intel. I’m calling it the Super Guitar Licks Rock Star Jacket. Sounds good? Wait until you see it! It’s a jacket decorated with LED lights and controlled by an electric guitar and the Ultrabook. It’s going to react uniquely to whatever the musician plays. I think we’re just about to take guitar solos to a whole new level!”
Still lots of research to do though; if you’ve got any ideas or thoughts about how to make this even better, let me know now. Your help would be awesome.”
To help Christian with her very latest project and to possibly get your name plastered across fashion, simply visit the campaigns Facebook page to get involved and be sure to hit up the campaign videos and express your views on what should happen.
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