PSFK partner Scott Lachut on the emerging, innovative approaches leveraged to interact with consumers who are always on the go
The pizza chain is attempting to edge out the market leader, offering U.K. customers the chance to scan Domino's ads with its AR app and access competitive offers
The Hirshhorn Museum for contemporary art and sculpture lets museum-goers hear directly from the artists themselves, through a web-enabled mobile app powered by image-recognition, augmenting the museum experience with added information and interactivity
Image-recognition features enable shoppers to use photos from their phones or online to find items they want to purchase
Smartify provides deeper insight into artworks and their creator
ThirdLove patents computer vision technology for determining a user's size through their smartphone.
The candy brand is challenging fans to play a modified version of the game by holding up different flavors to the camera in an effort to beat the other player.
Gazematrix's image recognition software help monetizes the social network for businesses.
The supermarket has introduced the UK's first image recognition augmented reality print campaign.
A new app makes use of smart phone technology to assist visually impaired users.