From Festive VR Facades to Multilingual Touchscreen Merchandising

By: Jana Pijak - Sep 25, 2015
These interactive store windows range from multilingual beauty displays to festive VR facades that celebrate popular holidays. While the Harrods and Faberge collaboration celebrated Easter -- the luxury department store's window display featured an egg sculpture that was adorned with patterned and interactive projections -- a Christmas fairytale display by Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday was powered by mobile technology.

Whether appealing to tech-savvy millennials or promoting customization, these interactive store windows make any shopping experience more memorable. The experiential merchandising examples range from cosmetic shop windows that are personalized to each person that passes by along with motion-detecting store facades that are re-configured to showcase product specs in a way that is both engaging and entertaining.