In this excerpt from PSFK's Engaging Shoppers In Physical Stores report, here's how four brands are leveraging touchscreen technology with interactive tools that assist and inform shoppers in an entertaining way
An innovative scarf can help people affected by speech dysarthria engage in more natural conversations.
A design out of the Second Opinion project can help people affected by seizures.
The PR2 bot is able to fold rectangular towels both individually and from piles without any prior knowledge of what items it will be handling.
Nokia has released a collection of operating system add-ons for their N97 phones called NokiaBots; these are systems that run in the background of a mobile device and passively collect data on usage behaviors and patterns.
The Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy has been implementing robotic assistants within primary school classrooms, using them to aid children as they learn English.
Readot is a concept device that translates two-dimensional digital images into three-dimensional representations for use by the visually impaired.