Monolithic Interactive Display Helps You Shop

Monolithic Interactive Display Helps You Shop
Dan Gould
  • 17 march 2009

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.

[via rb.trends]

+augmented reality
+Electronics & Gadgets
+fashion / apparel
+Gesture Based
+Touchscreen Display

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