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Interactive window display at Heal’s

“It’s the first time we are launching a window display that can be heard as well as seen and we really think this will makes heads turn

- Interactive window display at Heal’s Tottenham Court Road to showcase classic Warner Bros footage to capture shoppers’ attention -

As part of a re-launch campaign for Heal’s Mattresses website, the iconic home furniture retailer is launching an interactive window display at its flagship Tottenham Court Road store, which is designed to make passers-by take maximum notice of what’s on show.

The creative display, which has launched in time for Valentine’s Day, features three separate bedroom scenes, each including a television playing well-known film footage as supplied by Warner Bros Entertainment. People passing the store will be able to not only watch but hear the films thanks to Feonic’s Whispering Window invisible speakers, which convert the windows into speakers, enabling the film track to be heard both inside and outside the store.

“It’s the first time we are launching a window display that can be heard as well as seen and we really think this will makes heads turn,” confirms Ben Rhodes, visual display manager of Heal’s. “We are very proud of our 200-year heritage of making beds and mattresses and so to mark the re-launch of the Heal’s Mattresses website, I wanted to create something extra special. Each bedroom scene will be hidden by curtains, which will automatically open in sequence akin to those you have in cinemas or theatres. A clip from an iconic film will then be played for passers-by to enjoy. When finished, the next display will then open, and so a new film clip can be enjoyed.”

Warner Bros Entertainment has provided seven-minute clips of two classic love films ‘Gone with the Wind’ and ‘Casablanca’, plus footage from a classic edition of the cartoon ‘Tom and Jerry’.

Added Ben Rhodes; “The discovery of Feonic’s Whispering Window technology has really brought this whole project to life. In a matter of seconds, the speakers were attached to the windows, without any intrusive installation or potentially damaging external fixings. It was just so easy. As soon as we started testing the drives, people were stopping at the window as they could hear the test audio – it was great to see and so I look forward to seeing the results once we launch the showcase bedroom display.”

The Feonic installation has been engineered by Prask Sutton at 76MsMA, the multisensory marketing and advertising consultancy, which is experienced in designing, installing and engineering audio and visual installations for a wide range of retailers, including a recent performance by singer-songwriter Delilah at Topshop on Oxford Street.

Philip Jarvis, Feonic’s CEO added: “We are excited to be involved in another fantastic project at a prominent retail site. Since Whispering Window launched almost ten years ago, we have never seen such a high demand from retailers in integrating audio into their marketing and sales displays. Ultimately, it is a great way of attracting additional interest from shoppers and so we are pleased to be supporting Heal’s make a memorable impression with its new window display.”

For further details regarding the Feonic range of invisible audio products, telephone +44 (0)1482 806688 or email info@feonic.com. More information on Feonic Technology is available via www.feonic.com, www.whisperingwindow.com or via Twitter @Feonic.

For further information on Heal’s visit www.heals.co.uk or for more details regarding Heal’s Mattresses, visit www.healsmattresses.co.uk.

For more details regarding 76MsMa, visit www.76msma.com.

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Notes to Editors

About Heal’s:
Heal's is the home of modern, designer and contemporary furniture, home accessories, lighting, garden, kitchen equipment, dining, bedroom and bathroom accessories and gifts. Beginning as a bed and mattress making firm in 1810, Heal's has been designing and making high quality furniture ever since. It has a tradition of working with the most talented designers, craftsmen and brands of the day to make furniture that is comfortable, beautiful and affordable.
http://www.heals.co.uk/

About Feonic Technology:
Feonic originated from research undertaken at Hull University and was finally launched as Feonic Technology in 2004. Its range of ‘invisible audio’ products have been designed to deliver a high quality audio output by attaching it to a resonant material, such as glass, wood, plasterboard or metal. This results in a high quality sound, which lend itself to a wide range of uses including supporting sales and marketing promotions and customer information announcements.

Feonic continues to pioneer ‘invisible audio’ products, which lend themselves to a wide range of uses in both the commercial and consumer worlds. The products include the SoundBug2 for consumers, Presenter Pro for portable business use, the powerful F1 series, and the Whispering Window range for retail and commercial environments.

FeONIC Technology Online:
http://www.feonic.com
http://www.facebook.com/FeonicTechnology
http://www.youtube.com/user/FeonicTechnology
http://blog.feonic.com/
http://www.twitter.com/Feonic

Editor’s Contact:

For Feonic Technology:
Peppa Sheridan, Peptalk Communications
01787 313822, peppa@peptalkpr.co.uk

For Heal’s:
Chloe Peart, PR Officer
020 7896 7547, CPeart@heals.co.uk

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