A recent study of auto consumers performed by Maritz Research revealed that, despite the auto industry's growing use of social media and websites, the salesperson is still the most valuable source of car information for consumers. Nissan customers may soon sing a different tune with news the automaker is launching a new dealership feature based on Microsoft Kinect hardware and software that will allow customers to perform a virtual inspection of a given vehicle even when the vehicle hasn't yet rolled off the assembly line. .. Continue Reading Nissan to roll out Microsoft Kinect-powered virtual showrooms across the U.S.
Tags: Cars, Kinect, Microsoft, Motion sensor, Nissan, Retail Technology
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