To launch its new Lumia 900 Smartphone, Nokia took over Times Square with a special event and domination on 8 digital signs that were synced choreographed to the music. To build up hype Nokia placed a large blue box in the center of Times Square with a timer on it. The countdown clock led up to a pop-up concert event featuring Nicki Minaj and the official launch of the Lumia 900.
Posterscope USA helped to create a multi-layered launch campaign for ABSOLUT San Francisco that incorporated both traditional and social media elements that worked together to ask the people of San Francisco to vote on what they believed to be the ABSOLUT capitol of SF. The winning “capitol” of SF received a 5-day “special reveal” of a larger-than-life hand painted custom ABSOLUT wall mural representing their city in a high-profile location.
NIVEA wanted to put a spin on its annual Times Square New Years Eve party while driving brand awareness and usage of their app prior to, and during, their NYE takeover event on Dec. 31st. The team developed NIVEA’s first-ever, fully connected holiday engagement “Kissing Booth”, throughout the month leading up to the epic NYE party. Posterscope ensured ongoing branding and maximized the budget to include 3 unrivaled spectacular units in Times Square that were synced to display the NIVEA messaging at separate times to ensure maximum frequency.
HTC launched its tablet series through a fully interactive OOH execution on street furniture units in San Francisco and interactive units within select cinema lobbies throughout the country. The interactive screens replicated the tablet experience for users while traditional media increased the branding and recognition of the devices throughout top markets. Users could take a picture of themselves and their friends then use the touchscreen to enhance and draw on their pictures. The end result could be saved and sent directly to their email for sharing and use on social media.
To drive interactivity Posterscope utilized interactive window displays as the centerpiece of the “Flex” program. Displays instructed consumers to take a photo of themselves at the window. The photo then appeared at the bottom of a shoe on a larger screen, making that consumer one of the “76 Running Buddies”. Consumers could then share their “Running Buddy” photo via Facebook, and receive a “photo keepsake” sent directly to their personal email.
With help from Posterscope USA, a life-sized Digital Interactive “Lobby Pinball Game” (7ft tall with 9 screens) was placed in 5 major airports allowing business travelers to break away from the ordinary and even win a little cash ($250- $500)!
To get the word out about Panasonic- Viera’s 3D Television, Posterscope/Hyperspace/Chrysalis used OCS data to understand the habits of target audiences during the holiday rush. Experiential storefronts were set up in heavy traffic cinemas and malls, where audiences could get the 3D experience first hand by simply peering through permanent 3D glasses placed in the wall.