Two German interaction design students have re-envisioned the grocery store shopping experience.
In response to increasing consumer demand for detailed product information, German design students, Benedikt Burgmaier and Fabian Kreuzer, have reinvented the process for purchasing meat, cheese and fish. As part of this concept, the glass case surrounding the fresh meats and cheeses, also functions as an interactive screen. Through simple interactions with the glass case, customers can simply point to an item to see more information including price and product description. Small books in front of the case can be lifted for more detailed information about origins and recipes to appear on the screen.
Although just a prototype, this project is an imaginative and inspirational look at the future of consumer experiences. What do you want to see in the grocery store of the future?
Source: food + tech connect