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FHrevue : New Connected Frame display case, another step forward by providing the possibility of interacting.

In 2015, Dietlin presented its Raptor2 display case reserved exclusively for Hublot. This leading specialist in the digital field now reveals its Connected Frame, a new display case wich takes another step forward by providing the possibility of interacting with the tinepieces: when the user slides his arm under the display, a holographic image of the wrist wearing the chosen timepiece appears as though by magic. This intelligent procedure also adds an avant—garde dimension to the client experience.

FHrevue : New Connected Frame display case, another step forward by providing the possibility of interacting

The mechanism developed for the Connected Frame uses a movement sensor located in its base, which faithfully retransmits all the user's movements in real time; his wrist wearing the model of his choice then appears in a 3D holographic image. A touch screen allows a dynamic change of timepiece. The connected display case shows whether the chosen model is available in a Hublot boutique. An appointment can also be made directly with a sales consultant, the chosen watch added to the customer’s wish list and photos even sent by email.

As in the case of the Raptor display cabinets, the Connected Frame model was developed by Dietlin for Hublot, who showed it for the first time last January in Geneva.

FHrevue : New Connected Frame display case, another step forward by providing the possibility of interacting

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