3 new technologies that could change shopping habits

01/20/2012 | Advertising Age (tiered subscription model)

A slew of new technology tools were on display at Retail's BIG Show and the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month, and some have the power to change the way consumers shop, writes Devora Rogers, global business development director at Shopper Sciences. Among them: virtual dressing rooms, mobile wayfinding tools and microelectro-mechanical systems that make product packaging smarter.

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