While VR has already had an impact on the way consumers shop, a new platform called Infinite Stores is looking to take these types of virtual experiences to the next level. By combining cutting-edge technology with easy-to-use tools, the groundbreaking program reveals the future of retail.
Infinite Stores is a VR shopping experience creation system created by Scott Evernden after 10 years of painstaking development. The idea behind the program is to turn shopping into a form of entertainment by allowing consumers to virtually explore 3D shops and boutiques. At the same time, the tool also gives retailers and sellers a whole new way to promote their brand and products.
While the technology appears complex, Infinite Stores is designed so that even those who are unfamiliar with VR can use it. To create their very own virtual store, retailers begin with the program's user-friendly, browser-based tools. User's simply open up the program and then choose an existing web store to pull products from. Users then choose their desired products and these items are instantly transferred the the user's 3D store, including all graphics, videos and sounds.
For shoppers, the virtual stores are easy to navigate, as each user has the ability to grasp and manipulate different items. Moreover, because of the unique in-world browser, it is easy for shoppers to learn more about a given product on a moment's notice.
For sellers and retailers looking for a way to create immersive and engaging VR shopping experiences, Infinite Stores is the ultimate tool.
This post is sponsored by Infinite Stores.