2 Manhattan stores offer cutting-edge displays and screens

06/13/2013 | Mashable

A pop-up store in New York created by Web jewelry retailer BaubleBar offers "a glimpse of the retail store of the future," Lauren Indvik writes. At BaubleBar, interactive displays project relevant content when a customer examines a piece of jewelry. Nearby, online eyeglasses company Warby Parker has opened a store replete with an Internet-connected photobooth that allows customers to share what they're trying on. "These are the retail stores of the future: hyper-efficient, digitally enhanced showrooms that serve as physical storefronts for online retail operations," Indvik writes.

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