What We Do
The pace of change is exponential, creating an imperative for organizations to set their own narrative for the future and be proactive about building long-term competitive advantage. Narrative-driven innovation helps organizations leverage the power of story to explore how technology will change the future lives of customers and employees. Lowe’s Innovation Labs is using this process to think broadly about potential applications for disruptive technologies, build an innovation roadmap and rapidly prototype new technology in real-world, living labs.
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HTC Vive spoke with a Lowe’s Innovation Labs Producer about how Lowe’s is bringing value to consumers using virtual reality. Read the interview here!
Lowe’s Innovation Labs took home the Auggie Award for Best Enterprise Solution at the Augmented World Expo for Holoroom Test Drive. Thank you to those who voted!
Out of 50+ submissions, Holoroom Test Drive is one of seven finalists for the Auggie Award for Best Enterprise Solution. Thank you to everyone who voted for our work. Winners will be announced on May 31st so stay tuned!
Holoroom Test Drive is nominated for the 2018 Auggie Awards for Best Enterprise Solution. Make sure you vote for LIL’s most immersive VR experience yet!
Android users with ARCore-enabled devices can now virtually view high-quality 3D products in their space while using the all-new View in Your Space feature of the Lowe's consumer app. View products ranging from grills to outdoor furniture, just in time for spring!
Lowe's lands the number one spot among the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in AR/VR in Fast Company's upcoming March issue.
Lowe's Innovation Labs introduces the next iteration of the Holoroom How To, which is a virtual reality training platform for Lowe's employees learn key skills to better serve customers.
Lowe’s Innovation Labs participated in the event created to attract diverse students to the technology field.
Lowe's Innovation Labs partnered with the U.S. Department of State, Africa Creative Agency, and the Unreasonable Group to bring hip hop emcees and social entrepreneurs together. Why would we do this? Kyle Nel explains here.