360dgrees and Microsoft – showcasing how interactive reality is shaping the face of connected retail at NRF 2018

Posted by 360dgrees on January 12, 2018
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With retail environments across the globe undergoing highly disruptive digital transformation, 360dgrees.com and Microsoft have developed an immersive, interactive solution to help retailers delight customers and drive profitability. The solution not only enables a vastly improved customer experience but can benefit retailers across the supply chain, and drive cultural alignment across geographies and brand portfolios. 360dgrees at the NRF in New York Regarded as one of the top retail events in the world, NRF attracts
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Just over a week ago, Microsoft launched their free global Tech Summit in Sydney. This is their first ever attempt at this event, and a success story which will now move ahead into 13 other countries. This first summit took place at the International Conference Centre (ICC) in Sydney’s Darling Harbour from 14-17 November and brought C-Suite/BDMs, Partners and the tech community together over the course of one week. The conference provided expertise, skills, and connections
by Max Harris, Media Producer at 360dgrees.com 360dgrees.com’s Interactive Reality platform empowers anyone to create immersive, interactive experiences The platform now supports flat videos, allowing users to augment non-360 video with POS and interactive links between videos that the viewer can control. The process is simply, easy, intuitive and powerful. As Mixed Reality has rapidly expanded into the mainstream in 2017, devices and software platforms have become increasingly accessible and affordable. The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive dropped in price significantly (triggering major market
Written by Toby Ellis, CEO at 360dgrees.com  I’ve worked in the Innovation and Technology sector for a few years now, but it was a simple yet really confronting question my 8-year-old daughter asked me at breakfast one morning that forced me to think about technology, what I do, why I do it and helped to pivot the focus of our entire organisation. I’ll get to her question in a minute…  I want you to think about training. Imagine safety training for a warehouse.  There
Created by Max Harris, Media Producer at 360dgrees.com Over the past few years, the immediate tactile excitement generated by Virtual Reality (VR) gaming and clever Augmented Reality (AR) marketing campaigns has become an increasingly mainstream novelty. VR and AR exist on the Mixed Reality (MR) spectrum, referring to any combination of virtuality and reality, and while MR is still generally associated by the layman simply with gaming and gimmickry, this could not be further from the full picture. MR is an extremely powerful