Centre Parcs Uses Virtual Reality in New Out of Home Campaign

Holiday park company, Centre Parcs, is set to stage a takeover of Waterloo station, which will use virtual reality technology and digital screens to promote its latest UK village at Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire.
The campaign, which runs from 9-13 June will deliver a 360 degree experience for commuters, who will be invited to use an Oculus Rift headset and be transported to the zip wire and high ropes course through virtual reality footage filmed at the Woburn village.
There will be a second experiential zone demonstrating a take on the archery experience with physical bows firing virtual arrows on to screens with the chance to win £1,000 worth of vouchers for the leader at the end of the week.
Center Parcs will also be displaying consumer-generated tweets and photos on the Motion@Waterloo screen as part of a competition to win a £2,000 family break.
Center Parcs worked with Walker Media, Posterscope, psLIVE, Brothers&Sisters and JCDecaux to develop the campaign.
Via: The Drum