Panasonic's new VR glasses, how digital tools can create success in retail and last year's top retail chain experiences. This and more in this week's Future Retail Newsletter.
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This year proved to be one of innovation and experimentation. As the retail industry got comfortable with the idea that the old rules are no longer reliable, consumers are ready for what’s next.
2030 will be exciting for brands who understand their role in the life of customers and the impact of curated lifestyles on how they move forward.
Consumers are still eager to spend money in physical stores, as long as the retail experiences is well-designed, entertaining, and integrated into our lifestyles.
Eight in ten of all purchases in 2020 will be based on customer experience. Getting that experience right will be key to success – and digital tools are increasingly responsible for this.
The iconic Neo-Renaissance interior has been digitally scanned and projection-mapped for a surreal visual experience, which throws everything from tumbling confetti and laser grids to abstract art extravaganzas at its audience.
Panasonic showed off a glasses prototype that looks like something out of a 90s steampunk movie, claiming the glasses are the world's first HDR-enabled VR unit.
The multi-story carpark has been transformed into a dramatic two-story, 24,000 square foot retail emporium – a standalone space connected to Gangnam’s Lotte Department Store.
The mobile marketing industry is ever-changing, and that applies to the people as much as the technology. Meet Outform's 3 new EMEA hires.
Check out previous editions of the Future Retail Newsletter for even more on tech, innovation, design, and retail.
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