Seattle Children’s Museum Engages with RFID-Enabled Store Checkout

June 28, 2013 Jill West

Seattle Children’s Museum Engages with RFID-Enabled Store Checkout

The Seattle Children’s Museum recently unveiled a checkout grocery system in their Metropolitan Market exhibit. Impinj’s Principal Engineer, Jay Kuhn, worked with the museum to create an interactive display which allows children to gather mock groceries from store shelves and then take them to a checkout station where they can pretend to be a cashier. An Impinj Speedway reader mounted underneath the checkout counter reads the RFID tags on the grocery items and then displays a picture and description of each item providing tomorrow’s shoppers a sneak peek into the future of retail.

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