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2013-06-18 19:18:42 GMT 2013-06-24 19:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 10 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 20 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
Shopping online can be awesome..
It is simple, convenient, often cheaper and the internet never closes.
The guy is at the office using the mobile to order a TV. The girl is comparing perfume prices using her iPad. The couple is at late hours ordering books and a painting with the desktop. Books titles: “Home Sweet Home”. Painting: Van Gogh’s “sunflowers”.
But sometimes it’s kind of a “Great Wall” experience.
It is almost like you have a great wall between what you see in the screen and reality.
The guy is at the computer ordering and a great wall falls right in the back of his computer. We can not see what is on the other side. He tries to see beyond but the wall is massive.
The guy is trying to see to the other side, jumping and using a ladder. But the wall is huge.
In a way, ordering online feels like sending money to the other side and then hoping for it to work.
The guy is afraid about clicking “order”. Then he clicks.
We see him (literally) sending money (a pack of notes) to the other side of the great wall. And then trying to hear something.
So, unless you are some kind of new Houdini, until you receive the product, you’ll never know if you’ll get what you’ve ordered.
Guy like Houdini meets David Copperfield appears with the title: Magician that can penetrate through walls.
A - The bell rings. The guy is very excited to open the door. He opens the box, takes out the object and feels disappointed.
We see a screen with the ordered object and the received (screen title: find the differences) Two paintings side-by-side Van Gogh’s “sunflowers” we saw VS The same painting but with cheesy roses instead of sunflowers.
Not to mention if you don’t get it at all! Which is obviously not cool because you only have a massive wall to complain to...
B - He is very excited waiting. Time goes by, and he gets sad, then mad. He complains to the wall.
And sometimes you don’t even feel comfortable giving your credit card information without knowing who’s in the other side.
C - The website is saying “buy buy buy” and asking then a screen: “give us your precious credit card info”. On other side of the wall a guy with a question mark instead of a face.
That’s why online shopping is an experience considered by many as the “Great Wall of Uncertainty”.
You see... for thousands of years people had a face-to-face experience and were able to see, touch and feel the product before buying it. No barriers between them.
Ancient market people buying. XIX century people buying. XX century people buying.
For this reason we’ve asked ourselves:
What if we create an online payment method without this wall between people?
Wouldn’t it be great? To take this wall out of equation we just need to give our customers the possibility to touch their items before buying them. Looks obvious, doesn’t it?
Wall gets out, they receive the object, touch and smile.
And that's what we've made.
Ladies and gentlemen, we proudly present:
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