Virtual reality

Summerour, Jenny
August 2001
Progressive Grocer;Aug2001, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p25
Trade Publication
Presents information on the three-dimension (3-D) computer-aided design technology used in the retail trade in the United States. Project of Digital Sculpture, a visual production studio, with clothing retailer Eddie Bauer in summer 2001; Impact of 3-D tools on merchandising and category management for food retailers. INSET: Future branding.


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