Megawoosh Slide for Microsoft Project

Microsoft’s marketing in Europe has gone viral with “Megawoosh”, a video demonstration of a super water slide stunt by German “Projektbüro Kammerl”. The Megaswoosh, we are told, is the most unusual waterslide in the world, conceived and designed by Bruno Kammerl. It’s all a stunt to promote Mach Es Machbar, a German site featuring Microsoft Project software. The site shows Bruno using Microsoft Project to show the development of the Megawoosh project, from conception to completion with a 35.2 meter jump on a specially built Soft Slide.

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Bruno Kammerl Jumps

Bruno, with the help of two buckets of water, slides down a slope, up an incline, through the air, finally landing in a small pool. The spot finishes with the tag line, “Mach es machbar”, translated in English as “Make It Possible”.

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The Superwoosh Philosophy

Bruno talks about the philosophy behind the Megawoosh project, in English for his international audience.

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The Megawoosh site was registered by Thorsten Stark, at MRM Worldwide, Munich, part of McCann Worldgroup.

Filming was shot by director Minh Duong via OKI Films, with executive producer Nick Hannack, director of photography Thorsten Harms, compositing artist Vladdaibusch and 3D artist Andy Alesik. See the OKI Films notes on the making of the film.

Seeding was managed by Elbkind.