Coolhobo adds augmented reality to grocery retail, with product information, in-store navigation and access to likeminded shopping communities
The prototype from sustainable beauty brand Lush is being tested at a brick-and-mortar store in Milan where none of the products come in packaging
inFusion's tea packaging is colorful and expressive while also communicating to their customers the contents of their product.
Taggie is designed to educate children about where supermarket foods come from and how they are grown.
Other smart new features include QR code scanning, manufacturer's coupons, and a store item finder.
U.S. outdoor retailer, L.L. Bean, is testing a system that uses RFID technology to deliver enhanced in-store product information.