Japanese Virtual Shops Let Users ‘Walk’ Through Them Like Real Stores

Japanese Virtual Shops Let Users ‘Walk’ Through Them Like Real Stores
technology

Consumers in Japan can now visit retail shops without leaving their homes.

Yi Chen
  • 1 may 2012


Two new virtual shops have opened in Japan using the e-commerce platform PanoPlaza. These online stores allow visitors to browse through the interactive web pages to give them a realistic in-store experience. Users can navigate around the virtual shop with keyboard or mouse commands, and even walk over to spots for a better look at the products.

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