Coca-Cola to promote Avatar

MUMBAI: The Coca-Cola Zero brand of the Coca-Cola Company has entered into a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox for a major global promotional campaign for James Cameron‘s epic-adventure film Avatar.

Set to be activated in over 30 countries, the partnership centers on bringing consumers unique access to exclusive and authentic content from the world of Avatar in a variety of exciting ways.

Said The Coca-Cola Company Worldwide Entertainment Marketing Director Chip York, "Avatar shares the same aspirational, edgy and unconventional brand values as Coca-Cola Zero.

"Working so closely with the studio and filmmakers has allowed us to create authentic and exclusive content that provides fans‘ unique access into the world, deepening their AVATAR experience." 

Special AR enabled Coke Zero packaging featuring the AVTR mark will provide consumers with an immersive Avatar-related experience. Through the use of AR technology - a web based application that enables the user to interact with 3D motion graphics - Coke Zero consumers will be able to maneuver a Samson helicopter, a vehicle featured in the movie.

Users can unlock the AR experience in a number of ways including holding a promotional pack in front of a webcam, accessing the experience at or taking a picture of the AVTR mark or Coca-Cola Zero logo from some camera phones.

Once unlocked, consumers can use a computer keyboard to trigger different actions including; shooting a missile, maneuvering the rotors of the helicopter and shooting its guns. will include a call-to-action telling the visitor to use one of the activating symbols against their webcam to initiate the experience.

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