In the midst of the fall term during the COVID-19 pandemic, some U.S. universities are continuing the shift to remote learning while other colleges are only allowing 40-60 percent of students on campus.
From Reebok to Nissan and Cirque du Soleil, this approach has attracted some retail and experience giants.
Removing friction points in shopping and telling richer stories is key to delivering Integrated Brand Experiences.
With a need for retail that is less reliant on touch, creating immersive ways to test products has become stable stakes.
On the first episode of In Focus, Josh Brummett discusses the latest camera technology from Sony and Canon, the future of movie theaters, and the value of having a well-rounded background in the video industry.
As reopening begins, every industry the world over is looking for ways to re-engage with customers in ways that deliver the same impactful, memorable experiences they were accustomed to before the COVID-19 pandemic began...
Retail Refined is going live as host Melissa Gonzalez leads a panel of tech leaders that will explore the rebalancing of the physical and digital experience in the retail world.
Melissa Gonzalez explores how the lines between the physical and digital worlds continue to merge thanks to the possibilities of computer vision.
In a world of a pandemic, social distancing, and contactless customer experiences, interactive touchscreens aren’t generating engagement. Brands shouldn’t count out interactive experiences. Haptic and touchless technology could be