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Monolithic Interactive Display Helps You Shop

Monolithic Interactive Display Helps You Shop
Dan Gould

Artefact is developing an interesting concept design that aims to bridge the gap between the physicality of the real-life retail experience, and the flexibility of an online shopping platform.

The concept is called “The Wall”. It’s a large, monolithic looking interactive display that interacts with in-store physical products, and then aggregates associated online content about that item. It can help you “crowd source” your decision about whether or not to buy a particular piece – “does this look good on me?” The Wall will also be able to find similar items you might like (or at a certain price point), and help customers find other available products online, or in the store.

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