AI-based holographic assistants enhance engagement and customization.
Smart assistive technology is now being developed with holographic functions that enhance interactivity between the customer and the product.
These holographic assistants can be found in everything from cars to home assistant devices, and offer an element of novelty that most standard smart assistants don’t yet have.
The creation of holographic assistive technology enables consumer engagement due to its novel and future-focused design, while still catering to the consumer preference for personalization that often drives purchase decisions in the digital age.
The security concerns that consumers often associate with the ubiquity of smart technology is mitigated with the added element of “humanization” that holographic interfaces add– allowing consumers to better trust this emerging form technology.