Intel's future of retail (photos)

Intel's future of retail (photos)

Summary: Intel shows off its vision of the future of retailing with a holographic, augmented reality digital touchscreen display.

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  • At CES, Intel showed off its vision of the future of retailing with a holographic, augmented reality digital touchscreen display. No cash registers needed at this point-of-sale display. For more read Andrew Nusca's blog on Smartplanet.

    Credit: Intel

  • Choosing an item on the kiosk.

Topics: CXO, Hardware, Intel

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  • RE: Intel's future of retail (photos)

    The grocery checkout is standard in walmart already, it just doesn't look like this picture. Sooner or later all the registers will be automated, pushing humans into the main floor to stock, instead. As for that silly AR screen, what's keeping people from just walking over to the same shelf to physically look for tags with size and price info now? Intell needs to be developing personal HUDs for the same AR features.
    Joey1058
  • lame and uninspired designs

    one micro-step into the future and two steps back for social benefit
    Htalk