There are just a few tables in the world with touchscreen displays supporting multiple finger input and one of the most advanced of them is Microsoft’s Surface, also known as the Coffee Table.
The multi-touch capability of this table allows multiple users browse media files simultaneously and share information.
At the moment Microsoft sells the Surface only to companies who want to improve their services for the clients and recently d’strict Holdings from Korea introduced it in the Louis Quatorze fashion store of the Hyundai Department Store.
It is the first Microsoft Surface accessible to Koreans and allows the stores’ clients to use their hands’ gestures for browsing the interactive catalog and choosing their favorite clothing items and accessories prepared for the spring/summer collection.
Louis Quatorze sells handbags, wallets, watches, umbrellas, scarfs, shirts and sun glasses.
“The launch of a digital fashion store by Louis Quatorze is an innovative example of the convergence between IT technology and fashion that foretells how the daily life of users changes,” says Choi Eun-seok, President of D’strict. “Based on a variety of platforms such as offline stores, Web and mobile, D’strict will continue providing ‘innovative user experience’ services that can create new consumption patterns and basically change daily life.”
(Source: Korean NewsWire)