“In Century City, San Francisco, and Palo Alto, CA, Short Hills, NJ, and Garden City, NY, Bloomingdale’s has installed wall-mounted Apple iPads in its dressing rooms as part of a smart-fitting testing phase. The tablets connect to the company’s inventory-management systems, and can locate garments in store, as well as throughout its multimillion-item inventory network.”

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“Clarks is rolling out a new iPad foot gauge to measure children’s feet in-store, in a move that could change the annual school shoe buying ritual forever. The iPad gauge, featuring animated Clarks’ characters, Jack Nano and Daisy, measures the child’s foot length via a footplate, before a trained fitter uses a digi-tape to measure the width. The results are relayed to the iPad app, which presents an instant shoe size guide to suggest the best fit.”

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