- Walmart is buying up a company to enable it to continue to offer virtual optical try-on capabilities and contact-free digital measurements. Read more.
- Lowe’s Open Builder, a new asset hub, will let builders download more than 500 3D product assets that mimic items from real-world shelves. Read more.
- Walmart is bringing its products to life with two new augmented reality features for its mobile app. Read more.
Lend Us An Ear
In the latest episode of Tech Transformation, we’re talking with Nadia Boujarwah, co-founder and CEO of Dia & Co, an inclusive apparel retailer that considers itself just as much of a tech company as it does a retailer. We dig into AI, Gen Z, and virtual try-on tech, and we get details on Dia’s TikTok strategy.
What the Editors are Reading
- CGT: CGSM to Tackle ‘Everywhere Commerce’ in NYC
- HT: Consumers Eat More Meals at Home
- New York Times: Retail Workers Increasingly Fear for Their Safety
- Vogue Business: Have a free NFT with your sneaker: Salvatore Ferragamo gets Web3 cool in Soho store
- CNN: Just keep your returns: Stores weigh paying you not to bring back unwanted items
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