The video doesn't show much about what the box is or does, but it still managed 6.7 million views in its first week.
The campaign, "A Message Only for Children," centers on an outdoor sign that appears different to people of different heights.
Last week, Apple was the whipping boy from two corners: Samsung and Microsoft, which together racked up 9 million views taking shots at the iPhone.
As of today, Live Young has generated more than 212 million total views.
For Unilever, its a return to the Campaign for Real Beauty which first launched in 2008 but had been de-emphasized in recent years.
In which the Viral Chart aggregates the top pranks from last week. You're welcome.
Google is using all its might to drive Chrome installs, which given Microsoft and Mozilla's stance on third-party cookies, is understandable.
A sequel to a music video created by the band Biting Elbows, the spot was shot over nine days with five stuntmen and Go Pro cameras.
You voted and judged the following two videos worthy of Viral Video Awards when we give them out next month at Ad Age's Digital Conference.
Yesterday you voted on the viral videos that made you laugh. Now, which ones made you cry?
You get to decide who wins a Viral Video Award for "funniest" branded video of the year.
Some things really do get old fast.
In "What Most School's Don't Teach," non-profit Code.org uses big tech names to talk about the importance of learning to code.
Want to know what works on the web? Videos about gadgets, even ones you can't (yet) buy.
Samsung proves that it is a master of the viral video by advertising possibly the least sexy product they make.
Bootie-double or not, David Beckham's H&M ad is the first non-Super Bowl spot to hit the chart since the big game.
Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd help Samsung to 23 million views on the web one week after the Super Bowl.
As of Friday morning, the automaker has more than 11 million views on its "Wish Granted" campaign, including 3.2 million on a teaser video.
In a new spot, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy compete to sink golf balls into cups of Gatorade, bowls of soup, and water glasses at a wedding.
Last week, CES was inescapable. So it should come as no surprise that tech product demos land on the Viral Chart.