Currently users are just allowed to view their products in a 2D mode on dot.com websites while they shop online. But now they have been blessed with a new technology called Trillenium that would help them to actually rotate flip and see the product in different angles by swiping it hence and forth. Furthermore breaking the stereotype it would enhance your shopping by letting you discover more, shop a bit more and spend more (satisfactorily).
It has already attracted the attention of one of Europe’s biggest online retailers, ASOS, whose venture capital arm holds a 9 percent stakes. Prpic that runs computer retail chain believes this technology would appeal women.”Women like to discover,” he told Reuters. “How women like to shop is that they want to see something, they want to spot something on the shelf nobody has seen before.”
Trillenium is currently working on a demo for ASOS and has raised 335,000 pounds so far from the beginners . A limited version, without the full 3D offering provided by the goggles, will be available on smartphones and computers.
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