Retail Dive: H&M tests voice-activated mirrors at NYC flagship

This smooth-talking tech-enabled mirror works pretty well, as an H&M employee and several customers demonstrate in the video.

H&M has recently set up "Voice Interactive Mirrors" at its New York City flagship store in Times Square that "wake up" through facial recognition when someone looks at it long enough. The mirror also offers selfies, style advice and discounts via QR codes, according to a YouTube video from the Swedish fast-fashion retailer.

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June 08, 2018