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In Japan, Store Mannequins Mimic The Movements Of Customers
By John Yong, 15 Feb 2013
Japanese clothing retailer United Arrows has found an innovative way to make customers pay attention to its display windows.
Using two ‘MarionetteBots’, these half mannequins-half robots are capable of mimicking the movements of customers that walk in front of the display windows.
Using Kinect technology and a series of wires, it allows the mannequins to copy the movement of any person—similar to a marionette.
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[via Business Insider]
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