Neal Gallagher is the creative genius behind the 'Whole Body Mirror,' Whole Foods' interactive store display that helps shoppers make body care purchasing decisions. After launching its Store of the Future concept late last year, the health food giant is once again making headlines with its latest experiential retail innovation.
Launched at Whole Foods Avalon in Alpharetta, this interactive store display invites shoppers to raise their hands to the sky or to align their body in different poses. The Whole Body Mirror then judges a user's posture while suggesting products that are designed to boost their complexion and mood or even give them a burst of energy.
In addition to making a regular trip to the supermarket more engaging for all, this intuitive store fixture also uses technology to evaluate shoppers' overall health while suggesting what products work best for them.
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Whole Foods' Interactive Store Display Helps Make Purchase Decisions
- By: Jana PijakDec 15, 2015