#RockYourSelfie

We teamed with YSL Black Opium and Kinetic to bring Black Opium to commuters and shoppers before Christmas.

After having their make up touched up on site people rocked their selfies and appeared on the JCDecaux Transvision screens in Victoria and a screen in Westfield London. They were given a chance of winning a bottle of Black Opium if they appeared on screen.

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Find out more about our #RockYourSelfie project

Road Safety

Today working with Kinetic and TfL we launched a new road safety campaign across London roads. The campaign powered by API’s for road congestion (TfL) and weather (Met Office) to display messages to road users. The campaign launched on JC Decaux & Prime Sight screens and will run until February 2016.

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Find out more about our Transport for London project

Brr, it’s getting cold…

DOOH.com launched temperature controlled advertising in Manchester for Blacks this week. Once the temperature dropped below 10°c the advert showed new items on offer for the colder months.

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Awards Season

Drum_Creative Out of Home Awards

DOOH.com are extremely proud to have been shortlisted for 4 COOH awards.

Best Interactive Campaign – Skoda Configurator

Best Experiential/Ambient Campaign – Skoda Configurator

Best Use of Live Updates – Heathrow Express Comparison Generator

Best Digital Advert/Advertising – Heathrow Express Comparison Generator

Fingers crossed for the 24th November.

‘Twickenham Towers’ campaign for Twitter reaches 1m+ impressions in just 10 days

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In a campaign by Twitter aimed at bringing rugby fans closer to the Rugby World Cup than ever before, thousands of members of the public and celebrity fans, including the likes of Jonah Lomu, Rebecca Adlington and Lewis Hamilton, have had tweets of support cast up in lights on towering screens mounted onto Twickenham Stadium.

Huge rectangular screens have been mounted onto Twickenham Stadium, the home of England Rugby and the host venue for 10 matches throughout the Rugby World Cup, including the final.

The ‘Twickenham Towers’ screens arch over the iconic player entrance and, until the end of the six week tournament, will be exclusively powered by Twitter and Vine messages of support tweeted by fans using #RWC2015. Innovations agency CURB Media and digital-out-of-home specialist DOOH.com partnered to conceive and power the campaign.

In a world-first move to ‘close the loop’, tweets and Vines shared on 240 sq meters of screen are then photographed and tweeted immediately back to fans, along with the message: ‘you’re a #Hero! Your tweet is up in lights at Twickenham Towers. #RWC2015’.

New Zealand rugby legend Jonah Lomu, Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington, F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, TV presenter Davina McCall and singer Katherine Jenkins have all retweeted the photos highlighting their towering messages of support, along with hundreds of other rugby fans, achieving more than one million impressions in just ten days since the start of the tournament.

It is expected that the Twickenham Towers campaign, co-ordinated from the verified @TwickTowers account, will achieve millions more impressions before the final whistle of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday 31st October, helping to ensure that Twitter and fans are at the heart of this tournament in a way that simply wasn’t possible four years ago.

Alongside the real-time #Hero campaign, over 600 rich content graphics have been specially created from to bookmark the four hour build up to the game for fans before the game starts, from countdown clocks, team badges, iconic moments & history films and to the delight of each player as the enter under the screens, each and every player has their own headshot. All presented for a Live Studio gallery to match and build fan excitement throughout the day.

Andrew Newman, founder of DOOH.com said,

“With a million impressions to date and millions more to come, the Twickenham Towers campaign is giving global fans an opportunity to have their support magnified, for people both at the matches and around the world to see. The power of that – the notion that somebody watching from home in another country sharing a message of support that a player entering the stadium might see – is enormous, and by sharing that photo again with that fan, it really hits home the impact they can have.”

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DOOH.com are back in Cannes

DOOH.com & Curb Media launched Insight TV – The World’s First Ultra HD TV Channel at Mipcom on Le Grande Screen in Cannes this week!

DOOH.com puts on a show with Vogue

On the 10th September DOOH.com worked with Vogue and Storm to show off makeovers on the iconic Piccadilly One screen. Makeovers were carried out at Boots below the screen, the pictures were shared on twitter then shown on the screen for the whole of London to see. We used Hero™ to take pictures of everyone who appeared on screen and send the pictures back to them to share and treasure.

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We invade Cannes!

At cannes lions this year DOOH.com decided to wow all the delegates with largest ever space invaders game in the world!!

Crack A Smile!

Dynamic DOOH takes to a new level when Oral B uses in app advertising to pull tweets and images from throughout the UK, each with ‘crack a smile’ cartoon style lips, then dynamically served to One Piccadilly. Photos of One Piccadilly are then served back to the originator, closing the social media loop with our propitiatory system ‘Hero™’.

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