From Doodle-Encouraging Wallpaper to 3D Retail Shopping Walls

By: Laura McQuarrie - Sep 11, 2014
Conventional walls may not be able to talk, but these interactive walls are more than capable of showing and telling you what they're feeling. Interactive walls have a range of applications, from displaying art to hosting dialogues on social media to guiding consumers through a shopping experience. Since apps are so popular, these interactive walls are like supersized versions of phone touchscreens, plus they usually have a few more neat features worked in.

As well as just being a place to host vibrant visuals, some of these hi-tech interactive walls—like the ones created for the FNAC bookstore and the Ste Justine Musical Wall—also make use of sound to enrich the sensory experience that much more.