UK's High Streets Set to Become Most Futuristic in World

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Shoppers in England will be dazzled with messages coming from talking-moving windows...

Using the very same technologies as those seen in the futuristic film Minority Report, retailers are starting to compete for the attention of passers by with a combination of audio and holographic messages that eminate from their shop windows.

Persuading shoppers to come into their stores is the first challenge that retailers must achieve. Now, with the help of see-through holographic video screens, retailers can display attractive high-impact messages that will miraculously bring their windows to life.

The addition of targeted sound, or sound spotlights, which target individuals passing in the vicinity of the window to deliver crisp audio (music, voice, or both) completes the sensory climax that is set to drive customers into retail stores en-mass.

The two pioneering technologies are available exclusively from the media geniuses at Izly Ltd, who have combined award-winning technologies from Korea and the US to deliver an outstanding media tool for retail businesses.

"This is a world-first that will change the way people shop on the high streets" Says Mukhter Ahmed, Managing Director for Izly Ltd.

Sunny, as Mukhter prefers to be called, is even more excited by their next paradigm-changing solution for retailers, which is being developed in conjunction with Oxford University, and which will allow retailers to shop straight from interactive windows that send receipts for goods to the buyer's email address.

Izly Ltd has already been on a shopping trip of their own; buying stakes in computer media and film media companies to offer their clients a complete solution.

The two technologies will be launched later this year to a "by invitation only" crowd that will include executives from companies like the BBC, high street banks and major retail chains.

IZLY Ltd is a privately owned company based in Manchester; it specialises in media solutions for busineses, but does not sell directly to the public.


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