The flagship Tokyo store of the New York brand uses iPads to advertise the retail concept that encourages repeat shopping.
The Regent Street is the brand's most technologically advanced in the world, allowing customers to experience the brand through a journey of digital and physical experiences.
In an effort to reduce some of the guesswork involved in shopping, retailers are integrating customer recognition technologies into their store environments, providing highly tailored recommendations to consumers.
Immersive Labs is developing futuristic "Minority Report" style ads that respond and change based on factors such as time of day, weather, age and attention span.
PSFK talks to Paul Flanigan about his work, and what he'll be discussing at the upcoming viscom tec 10 conference.
A new 3D display device doesn't require special glasses to enjoy the 3D effects.
A 'Minority Report' styled gesture-controlled interface meant for digital signage.