Walmart rolls out 3D virtual shopping
Walmart is introducing a 3D virtual shopping experience on its website as it pours billions of dollars into beefing up its e-commerce business.
The new feature will take customers through a curated apartment showcasing about 70 items from national brands and private label offerings.
Walmart’s technology incubator, Store No 8, bought virtual reality startup Spatialand in February to build VR products.
Walmart Inc said late Wednesday it is introducing a 3D virtual shopping tour on its website that would help customers browse and choose items for their homes.
The declaration comes when retailers are looking for mechanical headways to improve in-store and online client encounter.
The U.S. retail mammoth is emptying billions of dollars into expanding its web based business and as of late reported associations with coordinations organizations to convey staple goods requested on the web.
Walmart’s innovation hatchery, Store No 8, purchased virtual reality startup Spatialand in February to fabricate VR items for the retailer’s stores and sites.