AR Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Chinese imaging app Meitu has offered its AR online makeup trial system to global beauty enterprises and retailers for free to help them overcome difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
International luxury brand Burberry has launched an Augmented Reality (AR) shopping tool using Google Search that allows consumers to visualise its products within their immediate surroundings.
Swedish fashion retailer Carlings has released an AR T-shirts with slogans visible only by using a smartphone.
Although take up has been patchy so far, there is a bit of a buzz around augmented reality (AR) in the retail sector, and it is definitely getting louder.
Thanks to 5G, mobile communication is about to experience its greatest revolution in the 12 years since Apple invented the smartphone.
Furniture-design and lifestyle-brand Commune in Singapore has unveiled a cloud-based, omni-channel furniture retail solution and mobile augmented-reality app.
Tech startup Blinq is targeting Southeast Asia with its software which allows users to virtually try on and purchase designer apparel and accessories.
Technology that allows retailers to sell “experiences” instead of products will flourish, says Habbitzz CEO Alex Bono.
Here is a true story of how in-car screens can literally drive customers to your store.
A Tumi pop up at Pacific Place offers an immersive “Scandinavian Lodge Experience” using technology and AR.
A new Zara flagship unveiled in London this week gives an insight into its new global direction.
Blockchain technology has “immense potential to disrupt and transform the world of money, business, and society” in the years ahead.