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There are endless metrics a store has access to when it comes to when, what and who is buying merchandise. But, surprisingly, there’s not a heck of a lot of data on why a customer decides not to buy something. So Fujitsu is hoping its new Kinect-based research tool provides more insight into how customers browse, and why they may decide against a purchase.
Whether you love IKEA for being a one-stop shop to fill out your home with a seemingly endless inventory of knick knacks or hate the big-box shop for its self-destructing furniture and not-so-easy instructions, the IKEA catalogue is probably the most printed book after the Bible. But what is IKEA hiding in its impeccably decorated pages? This video hilariously exposes it.
The West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping centre in North America, a 465,000sqm-waterslide-and-roller-coaster-filled alternate reality where Albertans can escape brutal winters and mosquito-clouded summers. But in “Waterpark”, the directorial debut of Canadian filmmaker Evan Prosofsky, the shopping centre is cast as a place where placid indoor humans spend their entire lives being entertained.