Like Amazon Go, for clothes: Boutique with contactless checkout opens in Seattle

Singh, the founder of Armoire, and Woodruff, the engineer who designed the contactless pay system, at the store’s opening on March 9, 2022. — Seattle Times/TNS

SEATTLE: In the entryway of Pioneer Square’s newest clothing boutique, an unassuming black table is able to sense what’s sitting on top of it.

From a messy pile of clothes heaped there, it can pick out a pink blouse, yellow dress and blue jumpsuit – complete with the designer and the price tag.

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