An illuminated billboard has been in Piccadilly Circus for more than 100 years.The space was first used to advertise Perrier bottled water.Diffie released seven studio albums, a Christmas album and a greatest-hits package under the Epic label.
It also provides free Wi-fi which researchers have warned could be used to 'monitor and capture your every online move.' A huge 'Big Brother billboard' has been switched on in London 's Piccadilly Circus that can track passing cars and pedestrians to deliver targeted adverts.He said the giant smart billboard is dynamic in that it can constantly change to reflect what is going on around it.For example, he said a fashion brand could change its images if it rains, perhaps promoting coats and boots.The hidden cameras track the make, model and colour of cars as well as the age, gender and even mood of pedestrians, according to The Verge.
Brands can pre-program triggers so specific adverts are played when certain car models pass, according to Landsec who own the screen.
After working as a demo singer in the 1980s, he signed with Epic Records' Nashville division in 1990.