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.
To bring its message to Main Street USA, The United Nations Foundation utilized Digital OOH at the core of its plan. Various digital networks were chosen based on their ability to reach “influencers.” Overall, the program leveraged the unique power of digital to directly link Americans to the fight against global problems. With the help of 18 different media partners, over $1.5MM of prime digital OOH advertising space around the country was donated to help the UNF reach Americans at multiple points throughout their day.
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.
Posterscope worked with Marriott and key airport vendors to provide travelers with up-to-the minute weather information about the destinations relevant to their terminal, gate and even time of—all coupled with relevant and fun suggestions about what to do that day due to the weather report.
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 launch and build awareness for its new show, “The Great Debate,” VH1 used customized mobile platforms that connected digital OOH screens to all social and digital networks. This allowed for viewer’s results to be seen in real-time on the digital screens though out Times Square.