Leading image recognition technology company, Slyce, recently partnered with U.S. shoe giant Shoe Carnival to create new 3D visual tracking technology for mobile shopper. This cutting edge technology will enable users to take a picture in either real life or clipped from the internet and uploaded to find matching or closest matches to that particular shoe style. This new technology has the potential to revolutionize shoe shopping and shopping in general from your mobile phone. No more time-consuming searching for the style you are after. Just upload your picture and your matches will be presented to you.
Kent Zimmerman the VP of e-commerce which Shoe Carnival is very excited to be launching this new technology with Slyce because mobile technology is becoming increasingly more popular and easier for consumers. This new technology will make shopping convenient and fun. Shoe Carnival currently operates 400 stores and 34 states including the US territory of Puerto Rico. CEO of Shoe Carnival, Mark Elfenbein believes this is going to be groundbreaking for their company and will expand the marketplace substantially. The ease and convenience of this new system are quite impressive and will quickly give users the selections that they are looking for with just a click.
Slyce is a Toronto, Ontario-based image recognition technology company. It is channeling its energy in sales to Major retailers and consumers. Their platform uses this service to match products to customers. The technology is centered around using mobile devices while using visual search services to match products to clients who are searching for specific products.
Slyce currently provides technology for both mobile devices and desktop computers. Slyce uses it’s universal scanner to achieve it’s retail-focused search results. The universal scanner can also be used for barcodes, QR codes, and pictures.