Augmented Reality for F&B | Kim San Leng Coffee Shop
Restaurant marketing ideas and trends: During World Cup 2018, customers visiting this local coffee shop in Singapore get to play an Augmented Reality Soccer game while waiting for their food.
Objective: To increase engagement and push soccer related marketing activities in the coffee shop.
Location: Local Kim San Leng Coffee Shop (Kopitiam)
Stakeholders: Kim San Leng Coffee Shop
Technology: ePrism Singapore AR Apps
Feasibility: Gamification involves many stakeholders such as game designer, coders to platforms owners. With the use of shared technology, such as ePrism, it allows restaurant, cafes and even coffee shops to execute this.
Desirability: Regardless of age, game is a key mobile activity that mobile devices engaged in. The AR gamification will lead to sharing on various social media platforms, in the process creating engagement and content for the F&B outlet.
Viability: ePrism have lower the cost of Augmented Reality gamification to a level that is easy for even coffee shops to be adopting this technology. This is likely one of the lower cost initiatives in terms of restaurant marketing ideas and trends.
OCM was started in 2007, focusing first on coffee machines, then marketing for F&B outlets, subsequently training and consultation. OCM’s Chatbot for the F&B industry is used in the Singapore Skillsfuture Classes in Temasek Polytechnic Skillsfuture Academy and also ITE College East COC classes.
OCM’s Augmented Reality Apps - ePrism is also the only AR apps used in the SkillsFuture framework in both Temasek Polytechnic and ITE College East. Learn More about OCM
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