Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset company Facebook bought for $2 billion (£1.2 billion) in March, features in a film that makes fourth place this week in a video that shows the affect of "living with lag" (or a slow internet connection).
The Swedish Omnicom agency ANR BBDO created the Oculus Rift ad, on behalf of the energy company Umeå Energi to show how important it is to experience things in real time.
Google Glass, meanwhile, is in sixth place with the film "seeds (through Google Glass)". The ad, created by the 23-year-old filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty using Google Glass Creative, shows the protagonist travelling to surprise his mother.
The film was funded by Glass Creative Collective and uploaded by Google to coincide with Mother's Day in the US.
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