CHICAGO, Jan. 21 (UPI) -- Advertising giant Clear Channel Outdoor said video and still advertisements are coming to the restroom mirrors at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
Clear Channel said it is teaming with North Carolina firm Mirrus to install 150 of the advertising mirrors in the airport's restrooms during the coming three months, the Chicago Tribune reported Friday.
Mirrus Founder Brian Reid said the mirrors will display advertisements on the entire surface when no one is standing in front of them and the ads will shrink into a corner when someone approaches the sink.
"We won't say it's guaranteed to have a person's undivided attention," Reid said, "but it's pretty darn close."
Reid said the mirrors will eventually be installed at other U.S. airports and he has his eye on other Chicago locations including Soldier Field, Wrigley Field and the United Center.