Set up in New Delhi and Lahore, our first-ever small world
machines bridged real people, real-time, to exchange greetings, engage in fun
interactions, and share a
Our greatest challenge was making sure the technology would
work. Yet our greatest success was in how transparent the technology became – just
a means to a connection between two groups of people who want more positive
Small world machines celebrates the simplest of connections, like a joyful wave to someone far away. But it also celebrates a more universal truth: we are all connected, and what we have in common is, and will always be, more powerful than what divides us.
Please join me in a live Twitter chat to ask questions about #smallworldmachines, and discover more about how we brought them to life, what we learned and experienced along the way, and what might be next….
How do you participate?
- Sign in to your Twitter account by 11 a.m. ET
- Follow @CocaColaCo
- Search the hashtag #smallworldmachines to follow the conversation
- Tweet your questions to @CocaColaCo
- Be sure to use the hashtag #smallworldmachines in your tweets
Share your questions in the comments below, and join us in the conversation on Thursday. See you then. :)
Jackie Jantos Tulloch is global creative director at
Haven't seen the Small World Machines video yet? Get ready to smile: