Virtually Browse Supermarket Aisles And Buy Real Goods With Kinect

Virtually Browse Supermarket Aisles And Buy Real Goods With Kinect
technology

Keytree has developed an application that delivers a 3D shopping experience with tailored products in your own home using Microsoft's device.

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 september 2012

British software company Keytree has created a new application that lets you virtually browse the shelves of a store when you’re standing in front of the TV. ‘Store Trek’ uses the Microsoft Kinect to deliver a 3D shopping experience that crosses the divide between in-store and online, combining the best of both. It delivers tailored virtual shelves in a store layout driven by a personalization engine you would normally have in an online store.

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