Whole Foods prototype puts Kinect on shopping cart, follows people around store - GeekWire
The quest for a high-tech "shopping cart of the future" is nothing new, but Whole Foods is planning to test a new spin on the concept, using Microsoft's Kinect sensor for Windows. The motorized cart identifies a shopper with a loyalty card, follows the shopper around the store, scans items as they're placed inside, marks them off the shopping list, and even checks the shopper out in the end.
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