PepsiCo redesigned its two liter bottles after 30 years. Designers used 3D printers and Oculus VR headsets to complete the designs at home.
They’ve been released in some markets, and will rollout over the next few years.PepsiCo redesigned its two-liter bottles, and it relied more on 3D printing and virtual reality technology than ever before.In the midst of the two-year redesign project, the coronavirus sent office workers home, but PepsiCo designers had the chance to use 3D printers to create prototypes in their homes. Then, product testing was completed in virtual reality, which may be where the entire industry is heading.The new two-liter bottles with a slim area to grip have already been released in Chicago, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, and Wisconsin, with rollout to the rest of the US planned over the next few years. Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Schweppes, Crush, and other PepsiCo drink brands will eventually all be sold in this new bottle.
Here’s how designers changed the iconic look while working from home.
Source : https://www.businessinsider.in/retail/news/
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