The dressing rooms are equipped with technology designed to eliminate common shopping and fitting pain points like multiple trips between fitting area and store floor, allowing remote clothing request, recommendations and more
Japanese design firm Nendo has created a series of rolling workplace screens intended to encourage abstract thinking and collaboration
A new gaming device will light up and vibrate when its owner is near a Pokéstop
Interactive TV just got a whole lot better.
In the first week of our ten week series with IQ by Intel, we look at the rise of anywhere interfaces.
Party Wall is a structure with pieces that can be taken off to create benches and tables, that will sit in the courtyard of the museum's Queen's outpost, PS1.
Luxury automotive company crafts a backseat workspace that features dual iPads, wireless keyboards and USB ports.
Japan Display has showcased its new color display technology which is both vivid and easy to use in all light conditions.
Automotive company's university employs a giant video wall to educate and inspire its students.
An interactive storefront window invites users to pick up the phone to dial.
Judges from Project Runway interact with people walking along NYC's Highline with clothing appraisals.
A personal device to help with tech-related eyestrains.