Brands and retailers are incorporating virtual reality devices in-store to empower customers to test-drive products or services on a new level.
As technology continues to evolve, it continues to empower us. As a result, we have become more conditioned to expecting information, options, access and speed at our fingertips.Read More
As we head into the new year, it’s time to take a look back at the key influences in mobility, management and security that will create the most impact on the enterprise in 2016. Active mobile devices now outnumber the world population and mobile Web traffic has surpassed that of the PC in the world’s most developed countries.View More
Virtual reality and iPads won't change what's in the mirror, but better lighting and more staff may help sales.
Haley Bierman hates clothes shopping.
The 23-year-old Manhattan fundraiser points to how society uses fashion and television to browbeat girls about how they look from a young age. Like nowhere else, that self-doubt comes out in the fitting room.Read More
What happens when flower delivery goes on-demand? UrbanStems co-founder Ajay Kori discusses his business model and the challenges of running a start-up with Tanya Rivero.View More
Caroline Walerud wants you to forget your shoe size. Or, at least, to forget that number you’ve been reeling off to salespeople for years, like a U.S. 9, or a European 40. It’s likely that it isn’t quite right anyway, given the complex anatomical structure of our feet and the inconsistent sizing used by footwear brands.Read More
By 2020, augmented and virtual reality market will be worth $ 150 billion. Google, Microsoft and Facebook have already made large investments in AR solutions; still, some experts fail to predict where the market is actually going. There are several industries that will benefit from AR applications, including healthcare, tourism and entertainment. However, it is retailers who’ll be the first to hit the AR jackpot.View More
Ultraviolet radiation, among other aetiological factors, is implicated in several ocular pathologies. Dr. Sylvie Berthemy describes the most common clinical cases and identifies the most vulnerable population groups for Points de Vue. She also stresses the importance of including prevention in her clinical and medical practice.Read More
Perhaps no industry is changing more rapidly than retail. To help you keep up, I’ve gathered some predictions from two recent retail studies, “How We Shop Now,” and a report by TOBE presented at the National Retail Federation’s Big Show, that will give you insight into upcoming retail trends and may help your business.View More
With the constant increase in ecommerce trends, more small businesses are experimenting with online selling. But cart abandonment continues to be a big issue. If you want to know how sales on your ecommerce site can be improved (and who doesn’t), consider this. The experts at InFlow created video site reviews using four retail brands and point out what they did well and not so well from a conversion optimization standpoint.Read More
Our eyes play a vital role in our day to day lives. Next to our brains, the human eye is said to be the second most complex organ in the human body, which also makes it vulnerable to diseases and conditions that can affect our vision.View More
The human eye, like a camera, has different parts and functions that relies on light and refection to visualize images. Considered as the second most complex organ in the body, there are a number of physical and chemical elements that make up our eyes.Read More
Everybody wants an excellent eyesight to be able to see things in clear details. Not everybody knows however that perfect sight comes with perfect keepings with habits and health. It is every person’s duty to take care of their eyes as we will only have a pair in this lifetime.View More
It has to be known that healthy eyes also require a regular maintenance and an appointment for either a diagnosis or a treatment from science’s dedicated professionals inclined to eye and visual health. This is crucial as our eyes are not only the mirrors to our souls; they awaken us into the reality of the things around us.Read More
Even the most-seasoned eye experts would agree but hate to admit that eye and visual care still go with how we take care of our bodies internally besides externally. However, common to the contemporary solution in resolving optical problems is that we irrationally rush to seek these eye experts’ help without realizing that it is still us who have the keys to fix our self-inflicted dilemma.View More
When does someone actually need glasses? Is it when they reach 30’s, Midlife, or Senior Years? Many of us have the misconception that it is just the old or aged people who need corrective eye glasses, and if you’re young and you have glasses, you look older that you actually are.Read More
At this time of age, our world has seen the improvement in research and applied science that benefit all aspects in life. One is in Health Care and Wellness. Nobody can argue this advancement that brought us the great control in unlocking the secrets to living a better life.View More
Everybody says that they care for their eyes in the most delicate way. Some even invests in costly health supplements and subject themselves to regular ocular check-ups. Others take their eyes for-granted that they think every living people will eventually experience deterioration in vision anyway.Read More
When we were young, we were too excited to jump on the band wagon of being able to read. Then, when we progress with age, we get tired and overwork our eyes by not just reading books but as observed today; multimedia gadgets are already the trend as far as literacy or reading is concerned.View More
Do we actually need to consult an eye expert every time we check on some eye gears to improve our overall sight? This question usually arise in the known danger that when we ignore a health professional’s advice to not self-medicate ourselves as in the case of medicines; does the same go with choosing the eye wear to improve our sight?Read More
Fashion in the simplest sense is known to be a way of living with an observation to aestheticism and an inclination to the trends. Trends however come and go based on season, social impact and the public’s reception.View More
The Sun is present for half of the day, and only known is that it causes good more than bad. Besides that, especially during the summer months when that time of the year is the hottest, we tend do enjoy the Sun and thank it for the joy it brings by lightening things up with a shine.Read More