Chicago's O'Hare airport might never install more electrical outlets, but they'll make up for it with mirror ads in the public bathrooms. Over the next couple of months, Clear Channel Outdoor and Mirrus will buddy up to install funky mirrors that display ads (when no one's using them) in O'Hare and a few other U.S. airports, as well as Chicago's Soldier Field, Wrigley Field and the United Center. The ads take up most of the mirror, then shrink to a corner when a person approaches (as seen in Mirrus's goofy promo video below). Advertisers can track effectiveness by how often, and for how long, ads are viewed, which creeps me out. I don't want to live in a world where the Geico gecko can watch me pee.
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