In a world first for digital out of home Women’s Aid created an interactive ad which shows how we can all make tangible changes in the fight against domestic violence. The creative employs a unique use of facial recognition technology which allows the interactive screens to recognise when people actively pay attention to an image of a bruised woman. Those who look at the screen get feedback via a live video feed that runs along the bottom of the ad as a visual ticker-tape, registering an increasing number of viewers. As more people notice the image of the women her bruises slowly heal, demonstrating to passers-by that by taking notice they can help confront domestic violence by not turning a blind eye.
Outdoor advertisment created by WCRS, United Kingdom for Women's Aid, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.
Creative Director: Ross Neil
Creative Technology: Dino Burbidge
Creatives: Mike Whiteside, Ben Robinson
Agency Producer: Sam Child
Account Handling: Torie Wilkinson, Katherine Morris
Planning: Stuart Williams
Media: Ocean Outdoor
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