As part of CES 2010 in Las Vegas, Kodak has introduced a Kodak interactive multitouch display. The display, located at the Kodak booth, allows visitors to browse products of interest.
The large Kodak interactive multitouch display is like a long, backlit river of information. Browsers sort through various gadgets and concept designs and can pick and drag pieces that catch their eye into a vacant corner of the interactive display to learn more.
Implications - With so many new technologies coming out each day, modern consumers are only attracted to the most advanced ones. Products that push the limits on what is possible appeal to shoppers who want to stay on the cutting edge of what is developing. Companies could focus on this when coming out with new items.
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