Advertising: SMS Guerrilla Projector

If you recently seen strange messages been projected onto people’s backs during a concert or on the streets of London these have potentially been done with the SMS Guerrilla Projector by Troikart.

Troika Communications a sister company of Troikart has recently been hired by Warner Music to project messages written by one of the band members during a concert onto people and objects. The audience seemingly liked the idea very much.

…The SMS Guerilla Projector is a home-made, fully functioning device that enables the user to project text based SMS messages in public spaces, in streets, onto people, inside cinemas, shops, housesā€¦

To receive and project messages from other people, the battery operated device contains a mobile phone. It is made by recombining available technologies.

Contact Troika Communications if you are interested to use the SMS Guerrilla Projector.


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info via: Red Ferret

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