Twyst Creates Shopping Bag that Charges Customers When Exiting Store

By: Meghan Young - Mar 22, 2016
References: twystinc & fastcompany
The future of retail is a hot topic for many, including Adobe. The tech company just opened doors to a prototype store in Las Vegas, Nevada, that includes everything from Smart Internet Connected Bags, smart beacons and so much more. The first comes from a startup called Twyst. Its RFID shopping backs automatically inventories whatever a consumer puts in it in order to charge their credit card when they exit the store.

By using the Smart Internet Connected Bags, Twyst makes the current checkout model completely obsolete. More than that, it bridges the gap between online and offline shopping beautifully. People will be able to browse and shop effortlessly, enjoying the in-person interaction while not completely sacrificing the time saved online.