In China, virtual reality stores turn open spaces into a supermarket
Innovations like Prague’s QR code grocery store located in subway stations around the city have already shown how the online shopping world can still maintain a presence in public spaces. In China, e-commerce site Yihaodian is now launching its augmented reality stores, which give customers the impression of a physical store while they browse online. READ MORE…

In China, virtual reality stores turn open spaces into a supermarket

Innovations like Prague’s QR code grocery store located in subway stations around the city have already shown how the online shopping world can still maintain a presence in public spaces. In China, e-commerce site Yihaodian is now launching its augmented reality stores, which give customers the impression of a physical store while they browse online. READ MORE…

Subway Platform Supermarket — The Pop-Up City
Killing time at a Korean subway station - shopping at the virtual supermarket by scanning billboards with a smartphone.
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Subway Platform Supermarket — The Pop-Up City

Killing time at a Korean subway station - shopping at the virtual supermarket by scanning billboards with a smartphone.

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