World’s Most Digitally Advanced Store

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World’s Most Digitally Advanced Store

The store will achieve this by providing interactive technologies that will surpass the experience that any website store can provide. The SportChek sporting goods store is the flagship store of Canada’s FGL Sports and is the first example of the future of retail stores. According to FGL Sports, SportChek is “the most digitally advanced and personalized retail experience in the world.” The 80,000 square foot store has 800 screens that display 220 channels worth of information, a staff of 250 members to assist customers and over 1200 square feet of digitally projected content.

The shop was opened about a week ago at the West Ed Mall. The shop must cost quiet a lot to run, but if IBM’s prediction is right, then the retail store will certainly be a pioneer for the next generation of shops. Check out the images below to get a glimpse into the store of tomorrow:

The Monolith, one of the many giant projection screens in the store

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People can check the stoves on display by firing them indoors

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Customer’s can analyze their swing using the Swing Catalyst

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This kiosk allows customers to create their own jersey

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New products are projected onto the mannequin instead of actually putting them on

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The Climbstation vertical treadmill

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The Tacx virtual reality bicycle trainer

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The Wintersteiger Mercury machine tunes skis and snowboards

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The staff can help customers look up activities and sports events in their community

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This display presents the customer with product information and allows them to interact with it

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Customers can analyse their gait in different footwear using this unique treadmill

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This futuristic display box actually superimposes information of the object inside, on to the glass

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The interactive map guides customers through different sections of the store



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