Eat, Browse, And Shop On Barneys’ Digitized Tabletop
The department stores new restaurant features interactive surfaces to allow shoppers to order food and browse the store's e-content at the same time.
Barneys opened its new interactive floor cafe, genes @ CO-OP, where shoppers can grab a meal while checking out what’s new and of note at Barneys on a digitized tabletop. The restaurant has room for just 30 diners, each of whom are spread across a communal table with a glass top under which there are 30 computer screens allowing diners to digitally order off the menu and scroll through Barneys’ digital content.
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