Easter eggs in the AI movie
There is an interesting article at http://www.netribution.co.uk/news/industry_buzz/63/ai.html
According to this article, there are “easter eggs” (like those found on a computer… not from the holiday) in the AI movie, which form some sort of advertising campaign. This campaign is composed of web sites and secret phone numbers, which offer clues for the “game”. A quote from the article itself:
And so the game goes on. Clues are hidden everywhere, and full credit must go to the game’s designers for the level of complexity behind some of the puzzles. Images and cryptic clues are hidden within other images that can only be found by some nifty fiddling in Photoshop, and even entire web pages are encrypted within the HTML source-code of another page that can only be viewed through clever coding.
Very interesting, don’t you think? Post your comments here.
Wow, David. This is a great story. Thanks for the heads up.
Editor - The Mac Observer
Favorite (but less relevant than it used to be) Quote: Microsoft’s tyranny lies not in its success, but in the way it achieved and maintains that success.
My friend told me about this. It is very amazing the amount of work they have put into making the game or whatever possible.