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A review of VR World Event - 2018 by Nexus Media
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If you are into 3D this will be for you! Our recent visit to VR World Expo 2018 yielded little to talk about, possibly as a result of the limited amount of exhibitors. There were gaming applications, engineering and medical applications with haptic feedback robotics, etc. While many of these applications have advanced a lot over the past few years and now offer global teamwork options in a virtual space, etc. new retail applications have been far a wide between. One company stood out from the rest though: Astrivis Astrivis is a 2 year old startup from Switzerland which started...
Retailers IT estate the next battle ground for suppliers & partners?
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On our recent visit to NRF2018 we saw the new piece of EPOS hardware Square payments had just recently released and at TDC18 we noticed Hermes new hardware for its partner stores. In addition to this we also read about Just-Eat's development of a hardware platform for its partner restaurants. All this is pointing to increased competition for retailer's and hospitality businesses IT estate - but what does it really mean? Will EPOS and ERP-light suppliers experience a declining market? To what extent is hardware and EPOS used as a way to 'tie in' customers and partners? Our take on...
China Watch: Self-Serve Convenience Stores
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Nike Hyper Adapt 1.0 available from Dec 1st, 2016 @ $720.00
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Nike's foray into mechatronics does not come cheap for its most hardcore fans. The Nike Hyper Adapt 1.0 shoe with adaptive lacing will only be available to buy in New York at its Soho and Nike+ Club House stores. Only Nike+ members will be able to buy the amazing product which comes in three colourways. Its price at $720 is not bad considering this is the first mass produced 'self-lacing' (not fully self-lacing) shoe on the market. There is no indication if the product will continue in production or if the technology will be transferred to other ranges. Nike press...
Why Nike's HyperAdapt 1.0 Shoes Are Changing The Face of Wearables and FashionTech Forever
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