If you’re asking yourself what exactly makes our Wine Shelf so smart, take a look at this short video. Enough has been written about it here, so now it’s show & tell with Sven and Nick.
The way to heart is through the stomach. Reason enough for hybris Labs to present the Smart Wine Shelf at this year’s international conference for the food retailing industry, FMI Connect 2014, that took place in Chicago from June 10th-13th. Scott was representing hybris Labs at this event, and he... read more →
Time to get our hands dirty! hybris Labs isn’t just about building innovative prototypes that are designed to enhance the in-store shopping experience for consumers. We also think about how to improve B2B processes. In B2B, time is of the essence. And when products are needed, but have to be... read more →
Our Wine Shelf is so smart that it can travel! It enjoyed Chicago, but felt it had to see more of the world. And when it heard some nice things about Florida, there just was no stopping it! Okay, it might have needed a push from time to time… (pic1:... read more →
Moving objects with the power of your thoughts… No, we haven’t mastered telekinesis yet, but we’re getting close. Our In-Store Display senses when you’re there, knows who you are and reacts to you hand movement. Spooky! Actually… it’s fairly simple. We use a distance sensor to detect the presence of... read more →
We’ve had them for a while and have been demoing them regularly at events, but never got round to present them here. That’s not really fair though. Okay, they’re probably not as controversial as Google Glass and not as magical as Stream... but they’re orange, they flash (a bit) and... read more →
Imagine you go into a supermarket to buy a bottle of wine. But the variety of choice is so big, you don’t know which sort to pick. What do you do? Go for the bottle with the nicest label? Ask a shop assistant (who will then probably apply the same... read more →
This year's Customer Days in Chicago took place from May 7th to 9th at Venue SIX10, on South Michigan Avenue. And what a lovely view we had from the terrace on the 10th floor… (pic 1: view of Lake Michigan) But we were there do some some work of course!... read more →