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  • Using Intel’s cutting-edge computer vision and processors, mot
  • Using Intel’s cutting-edge computer vision and processors, mot
  • Utilizing Intel edge computing, The Looking Glass 8K immersive d
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  • This experiential demonstration provides a hint of the magical w
  • Variant demonstrates a zero-inventory, on-demand business model
  • Variant demonstrates a zero-inventory, on-demand business model
  • The Hisense modular point-of-sale kiosk allows tech to go beyond
  • The Hisense modular point-of-sale kiosk allows tech to go beyond
  • Ella, Crown Digital’s Robotic Coffee Barista, incorporates art
  • Through SugarCubes hardware and Symmetry’s first-of-its-kind s
  • Through SugarCubes hardware and Symmetry’s first-of-its-kind s
  • Swyft Open Delivery API is a system designed so retailers can ad
  • Swyft Open Delivery API is a system designed so retailers can ad
  • The Aopen Smart Parcel Kiosk solution demonstrates how seamlessl
  • The Aopen Smart Parcel Kiosk solution demonstrates how seamlessl
  • LumoPlay’s “headset-free” augmented reality provides custo
  • LumoPlay’s “headset-free” augmented reality provides custo
  • LumoPlay’s “headset-free” augmented reality provides custo
  • Userful’s Intelligent Media Orchestration — enabled by edge

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Photo 1: Intel’s booth at NRF 2020 showcases the intersection of art and technology that is pushing the boundaries of immersive, engaging experiences in branded and retail environments. Visitors will experience Artist TRAV and Pressure Point Creative’s “Beyond the Streets” interactive mural installation. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: Using Intel’s cutting-edge computer vision and processors, motion detection, product sensing and recognition, and payment integration with retailer’s mobile application, UST Global, CloudPick and RBS have created a seamless shopping experience, where a customer can pick up items and walk out, paying via mobile device. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Using Intel’s cutting-edge computer vision and processors, motion detection, product sensing and recognition, and payment integration with retailer’s mobile application, UST Global, CloudPick and RBS have created a seamless shopping experience, where a customer can pick up items and walk out, paying via mobile device. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: Utilizing Intel edge computing, The Looking Glass 8K immersive display demonstrates the world’s first large-format 8K holographic display, with no virtual reality or augmented reality headset required. It allows groups of customers to view and interact seamlessly with true 3D. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 5: FLOOID: Intelligent Loss Prevention is a unique collaboration of six partners inspired by the spirit of Intel’s Open Retail Initiative. This demo shows how to create a singular picture of what’s possible in solving real retail problems: developing data-driven solutions by augmenting rather than replacing existing assets. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 6: This experiential demonstration provides a hint of the magical world of PAPINEE, the storytelling company. PAPINEE’s multisensory educational and entertainment experiences are coming soon to the U.S. market, and Intel will be exploring ways to bring the experience to life. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 7: Variant demonstrates a zero-inventory, on-demand business model that removes costly barriers to entry, encourages designer creativity and empowers retailers by allowing them to co-create exclusives. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 8: Variant demonstrates a zero-inventory, on-demand business model that removes costly barriers to entry, encourages designer creativity and empowers retailers by allowing them to co-create exclusives. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 9: The Hisense modular point-of-sale kiosk allows tech to go beyond the kiosk via vision technology to build customer satisfaction, employee productivity and operational efficiency. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 10: The Hisense modular point-of-sale kiosk allows tech to go beyond the kiosk via vision technology to build customer satisfaction, employee productivity and operational efficiency. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 11: Ella, Crown Digital’s Robotic Coffee Barista, incorporates artificial intelligence built on the Intel OpenVINO Toolkit. Ella is changing the way food and drinks are served by freeing employees from tedious tasks, while improving product quality and consistency, and the customer experience. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 12: Through SugarCubes hardware and Symmetry’s first-of-its-kind software, lighting is more than just a backdrop for customers. It is a performance of its own — on par with a musical concert or a public art display — that creates unforgettable retail experiences. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 13: Through SugarCubes hardware and Symmetry’s first-of-its-kind software, lighting is more than just a backdrop for customers. It is a performance of its own — on par with a musical concert or a public art display — that creates unforgettable retail experiences. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 14: Swyft Open Delivery API is a system designed so retailers can add a shipping pickup locker that is easy-to-use, free and secure as a service for their customers. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 15: Swyft Open Delivery API is a system designed so retailers can add a shipping pickup locker that is easy-to-use, free and secure as a service for their customers. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 16: The Aopen Smart Parcel Kiosk solution demonstrates how seamlessly mailing a customer package can be through artificial intelligence. It operates, gathers valuable data analytics about customer behavior and streamlines the developer process. It can turn every related interaction into a powerful point of purchase. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 17: The Aopen Smart Parcel Kiosk solution demonstrates how seamlessly mailing a customer package can be through artificial intelligence. It operates, gathers valuable data analytics about customer behavior and streamlines the developer process. It can turn every related interaction into a powerful point of purchase. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 18: LumoPlay’s “headset-free” augmented reality provides customers an interactive, touch- and motion-activated experience that work from any digital sign or TV projector. The entertaining system’s printing function tracks customer behavior right through to the point of purchase. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 19: LumoPlay’s “headset-free” augmented reality provides customers an interactive, touch- and motion-activated experience that work from any digital sign or TV projector. The entertaining system’s printing function tracks customer behavior right through to the point of purchase. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 20: LumoPlay’s “headset-free” augmented reality provides customers an interactive, touch- and motion-activated experience that work from any digital sign or TV projector. The entertaining system’s printing function tracks customer behavior right through to the point of purchase. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 21: Userful’s Intelligent Media Orchestration — enabled by edge computing, artificial intelligence and a visual networking platform – demonstrates how retailers can give new life to retail hardware and store technology already in place. Intel is at NRF 2020 from Jan. 12 to 14 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #4748). (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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