もってこいの世界初のVirtual Shopping NearLondonが
Oxford, Regent and Bond streets, Leicester Squareプラス
Good news for people who don't like shopping in central London. NearLondon is a computer-generated 3D duplicate of the British capital, with shops in exactly the same location as they would be in real life. John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Liberty are among the retailers that have signed up to NearLondon, an interactive project that it is claimed will transform online shopping. Oxford, Regent and Bond streets, as well as Leicester Square and some of the back streets of the West End, will be simulated in 3D online. Internet shoppers will be able to wander down streets, click into stores and browse the items for sale. Also content from films being screened at cinemas in Leicester Square will be streamed on billboards. I am wondering if everything in life would be done on the Internet.