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IPSOS SUPERBOWL

Real-time, live GSR metrics from 45 people were monitored throughout the Super Bowl for IPSOS. This significant, first of its kind study allowed them to measure in real time, the nonconscious response of the audience to every commercial throughout the game and rank the different ads according to their proprietary Super Score. Key to the study was the real-time analysis which allowed them to be first to market with their analysis within hours of the game finishing. A Tide Ad was found to generate the largest response. See IPSOS Press Release here.

 
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SHIMMER’S FAVORITE SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS

We gathered the Shimmer team to watch the best and the worst of 2017's Super Bowl Commercials to test the emotional response of an audience to advertising.

 
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PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM

Peabody Essex Museum (PEM), a leading art and history museum, is using NeuroLynQ Mobile in a series of studies to understand how visitors interact with their art exhibits with the ultimate goal of improving the visitor experience. Participants walk through the museum wearing the Mobile NeuroLynQ. They can walk freely and unattended, making the study seem very natural to the participant. Depending on the study, visitors may interact with different prompts or even smart phone apps. The biometric responses and the videos are analyzed to provide both nonconscious and behavioral responses. Check out this video here to learn more.

 
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GfK/Shimmer World Cup Study

GfK and Shimmer studied 42 people live during the France-Peru World Cup game, including 21 ads during halftime and immediately before the game. The findings included:

- Overall, humorous ads trigger greater conscious and unconscious response than ads themed around athletics, product features or emotional pull, when screened around a big sporting event

- For the sports-themed ads, the best response was gained by those with lots of dynamic interaction between athletes, which showed faces of the athletes, not their backs, and including cheering or shouting

- Ads featuring products or product benefits triggered lower conscious and unconscious response, with clear indications of a disconnection between the ads’ tone (product focus, business-like) and the audience mindset (anticipation, excitement, having fun)

For more info on the findings see the GFK blog piece here, while this video here shows a real time trace of how the audience reacted to a particular Ad.

 
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Product Concept Testing

21 people were shown 4 TV ads and 10 product concepts, followed by a focus group discussion – all in a single session in less than an hour. Both biometric and qualitative input was received. Biometrics provided quantitative results on all the content and qualitative input was integrated in the analysis.