"As the shopper passes in front of the shelf, our motion sensor activates the device and the product becomes animated.
In the same time, a powerful led is casting light on the product. But that’s not all! The product even speak to the shopper, delivering a promotional voice message, or playing music. Yes, you can even make the product dance to the rhythm."
Oh no, oh no no no
Hi new followers, be sure to watch the Balkan Marketing Robot video and join in my suffering
@alex Alex, do I really have to watch these
@Pixley it’s very short. Yes.
@alex I absolutely hate it
@Pixley Cleanse your palate with either:
The dog breed ID app
The “reply to every email” oped
or The Racist Kickstarter
those are my only options today, sorry
@alex jeez I went off the TL for like two hours and you took over my whole beat
bigshoulders.city is a Mastodon instance for Chicagoans current, former, and future.1 Its name comes from Carl Sandburg, who once compared ships pulling out to “mastodons, arising from lethargic sleep.”2
Our goal for bigshoulders.city is to build a community of friends and neighbors across the Windy City. Toot your pho place recommendations, meet-up ideas (like at the mastodon exhibit at the Field!), pothole gripes, creative dibs, and cross-town baseball taunts—whatever you want, as long it abides by our short and sweet content policy.