Zeusvision Aims to Bring Common Ground to Digital Outdoor Advertising

Have you ever dreamed of having the ability to recognize someone in style, or promote your small business as if it were a multi-million dollar company complete with flashy billboard ads promoting it in your hometown and the surrounding highways? There’s a great chance that you’ve probably daydreamed about the ability to promote yourself, your business, or simply your appreciation for someone in a grand fashion, but due to the old school model of outdoor advertising, you knew deep down that these were just delusions of grandeur. Most outdoor advertising that is placed in high traffic cities like L.A. and New York, as well as along the interstates, is tied to real estate deals that drive the cost of advertising in these locations to astronomical figures, so small businesses and individuals alike just couldn’t afford to promote their brand or message with the same level of power and reach as a Fortune 500 company. That is all about to change though, thanks to a new company named Zeusvision, which promises to allow anyone with a computer, a smartphone, a tablet, and an imagination, the ability to spread their message as if they had thousands of dollars and a massive marketing team behind them.

Zeusvision’s concept is simple, but brilliant in so many ways. Rather than offering static, or slightly innovative advertising billboards that are tied to a piece of land, Zeusvision offers consumers looking to get their point across in style mega buses that have 31-foot multimedia displays on both sides. Not only does this delivery medium open up more exposure since the buses aren’t static, but since the buses aren’t tied to real estate deals, the cost to advertise on them can dip as low as $99. Giovanni Wolfgang, the CEO of Zeusvision, is the force behind this innovative venture that aims to open up outdoor advertising to the masses. He explains that, “Outdoor advertising is an elitist business. I want to bring the power of large-scale outdoor media within reach of the average person,” which is exactly what his company aims to do on October 27, 2014.

Imagine having your business or product displayed in areas like Hollywood.
Imagine having your business or product displayed in areas like Hollywood.

Starting on that date Zeusvision will begin to rollout the public launch campaign, which will hit full stride in 2015 with most major U.S. cities having a fleet of buses for consumers to advertise on in anyway they see fit. For as low as $99 you can take your own brand, message, or just throw a rocking party courtesy of the Zeusvision buses. Just think of the possibilities that this new outdoor medium has to offer. Small business owners who have been limited to newspaper ads that are boring and not very engaging, will now have the ability to create dynamic ads that can be displayed in parts of the country that they never thought would be financially possible. There are uses for this service outside of business ventures too. Imagine how blown away your significant other would be if they returned from a tour of duty overseas to find a welcome home message waiting for them on a massive 31-ft display. Husbands could become all-stars by sending a Zeusvision bus to their wife’s place of work just to tell her how much he appreciates and adores her in front of her gossiping friends! Why perform a cheesy marriage proposal in a baseball stadium on the jumbo-tron in front of thousands of strangers that would rather be watching the game than see if she’ll say yes? Zeusvision can take this magical moment and make it even more personal thanks to the ability to target specific GPS coordinates and times to display consumer ads or messages.

Regular consumers can get their message out without going broke once the public campaign launches.
Regular consumers can get their message out without going broke once the public campaign launches.

In reality, these mega buses are simply oversized iPhones, so Zeusvision has a team of technologists at the ready to accommodate the vivid imaginations of its consumers. The on-board technology includes a GPS, cameras, inertial motion sensors, light sensors, eye tracking, gesture tracking, real-time GPU processing, and other systems that can allow consumers to create amazing ads that respond to viewers unlike any static ad could. Due to this impressive tech, Zeusvision users can manage their campaigns using a mobile device or a traditional computer from the comfort of their home. Basically, if you can use an app on your phone, you’ll be able to use Zeusvision’s services.

Zeusvision has limitless potential when it comes down to what the service can do for you, or you business. Geeks could host amazing gaming parties using the large screens for TVs, or the top of the bus as a party lounge. Small video game developers could reach an insane amount of potential customers without having to sign an expensive publishing deal. Your average Joe/Jane could make someone’s day with a simple heartfelt message being displayed during the right time and place. If you feel that this service could change your life, or the direction of your business, then you have to make sure to tune into the Zeusvision website once the public launch campaign goes live on October 27, 2014. A $99 investment could drastically change your life!

To celebrate their vision of “giving the people their voice back,” Zeusvision is giving away free tickets to the 2015 Zeusvision Music Festival for all of the customers that support the Zeusvision Public launch campaign starting on the 27th of October. These are exciting times, to discover more about the Zeusvision Public launch head over to


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