Grocery Shopping Made Virtual In South Korea



first virtual supermarket
Tesco teamed up with Samsung to open a virtual supermarket in a subway station in Seoul. The second shop virtual shop of this kind is larger than the first platform shop and features the same idea of product pictures with QR codes underneath. Shoppers are to use their smartphones to scan QR codes of the chosen items and then select convenient time for their purchase to be delivered at the door. So, the day-to-day shopping’s been made easy, however there are some questions about how examine details on the packaging to pick up a new product.
Via: gajitz.com
virtual supermarket

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