Wearable Barcode Scanner Will Cut Down Grocery Line Wait Times

Wearable Barcode Scanner Will Cut Down Grocery Line Wait Times
Design

Minimal "finger scanner" design could cut down on long wait times in the supermarket.

Ross Brooks
  • 22 october 2013

In an attempt to reduce grocery check-out times, designer Seokmin Kang has created a barcode scanner that fits over your finger like a thimble. The “finger scanner” features a minimal design, takes up a lot less space, and even makes it easy to keep track of your shopping total by displaying prices on the back.

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