CapitaLand has tied up with virtual influence Rae (left) to liven up Funan Mall, while Dyson has recently launched its Demo VR for home shoppers.
SINGAPORE - Once a whimsical feature in computer games, virtual reality (VR) is now a game-changer for retailers, businesses and property owners looking to add buzz to brick-and-mortar spaces threatened by Covid-19 disruptions.
In Singapore, retailers, malls and brands are wasting no time leveraging technology to safeguard their business continuity plans.
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