A few weeks ago, I was introduced to the world of Zeusvision and their ginormous buses. You’ve seen outdoor advertising in many places? Those annoying looped vids in Las Vegas taxis that repeat the most annoying ads for huge companies with no relation to the person viewing in the cab. What about those billboards in NY or LA that stay up for too long? Can you say a decaying, Thanksgiving ad that still hangs above the House of Blues on Sunset Blvd. when Santa is coming down the chimney for his milk and cookies Christmas Day? Have you ever wanted to see yourself or your company on outdoor advertising but done right? Well, now there is something new. Zeusvision is a company determined to bring affordable outdoor advertising to the masses and make it easy for the advertiser and relevant for viewing eyes. This week Zeusvision has launched their larger than life, double-decker buses, with dope sound systems, 31-foot color, multimedia displays on either side but offers their services to the every day you and me! Yes, it is true. I swear.
But, Zeusvision wanted to do more than just advertising. For example, I celebrated my 21st, 30, 30ish, 30 ish ish & Bdays at ATT Park in San Francisco to cheer on my Giants. Every time my friends and family secured a little piece of that scoreboard to wish me a happy birthday in front of masses – I was beyond thrilled. Like stoked. So, imagine being able to wish your mom or dad a happy Bday on a bus that rolls around your neighborhood so all can see. What about the guy looking for the perfect engagement popping idea? Zeusvision. (Now if only they could supply the guy asking for my hand – I would be set). I think I would faint if I saw a suitable suitor proposing to me while standing on the corner of a busy street in LA or NY. Wouldn’t you? Plus, how much better is being assured that you actually see that proposal unlike the poor guy who spent his life savings to get the big question up on a scoreboard only to be missed by his sweetheart because it only showed on the screen for a split second? Well, Zeusvision has us covered buy utilizing the technologically advanced means like GPS, camera sensors, and more interacting with the viewing public. How cool is that? Plus, the bus shows both stills and video that can be seen multiple times, in the right places by the target audience. Stills when the bus is moving and video when parked.
Zeusvision is rolling out there fleet a few cities at a time October 27, 2014 but they are doing some other super cool things that those huge buses can’t do. What’s the catch? There isn’t a catch. They are offering you a piece of Zuesvision starting for only $99 and you have full control at the palm of your hand. Yep!
They have taken outdoor ads to the next “Zeus” vision level.
“Zeusvision is including on-board technologies, like GPS, cameras, inertial motion sensors, light sensors, eye tracking, gesture tracking, real-time GPU processing, and other tech packages they are still exploring that allow your graphics and video to interact with the public in ways never dreamed before….. Think of Zeusvision as a huge iPhone™ on wheels that can position itself wherever the client desires, delivering customized multimedia messages and experiences for as little as $99.”
I better be careful with this. There are so many opportunities to use a bus. Like I always say, “If I don’t promote myself, who will?” and now I can be certain that the right people see me!
Also, the sound system on the buses is nothing to sneeze at. They will be hosting a music festival. Stay tuned for more details on that 2015.
So, guess what? You are going to see MelanysGuydlines on the side of one of these bad boys! YES! I almost fell off my chair when offered the opportunity. If you see me cruising by, stop take a peak and maybe I will just be able to see you back. Who knows? If you see me, take a pic in front of the Zeusvision bus, and email or tweet it to me – I will send you a prize and you know my prizes rock.
Check out this video of Ellen showcasing the beauty, gigantic-nous and power of these Zeusvision buses:
**Stay snarky my friends!**