Google’s shopping cart is a virtual reality experience.
The company has partnered with VR video game publisher Capital One to put its cart on display for visitors to watch.
It has a wide selection of items to browse and a virtual-reality interface that lets users interact with their shopping cart.
Google’s new shopping cart will be available to use in Google Home, a connected speaker device.
Google Home will also be able to display the Google shopping cart on its screen when connected to a television.
Google will make the Google Shopping cart available in more than 500 stores across the world.
The Google shopping experience is just one of many products that are coming soon from Google’s partners.
The online retail giant has been working with some of the world’s biggest online retailers including Amazon, Walmart and Costco to launch a range of products.
“Our partners have been amazing in bringing us this incredible shopping experience,” Google VP of Product Chris Anderson said in a statement.
“We look forward to bringing it to millions of people in the future.”
The Google Shopping Cart is the first product to come to the Google Home.
It will have a virtual interface that users can interact with, allowing them to browse the items on the screen, search for items, and purchase products.
Google is also rolling out its own version of the Google store in the UK.
Users will be able create their own shopping cart for up to 30 items at a time, and use the app to buy items directly from the store, as well as order them online.
Google has been testing the Google Shop on a small scale, allowing a limited number of retailers to test the Google-built store.
“The Google Store is a real opportunity for retailers to give shoppers a wider choice of products,” Anderson said.
The first Google Home is expected to launch next month, with an updated version due in the fall.
Google also has a growing number of Google products, including the Google Glass smart glasses, the Google TV streaming box, Google Play Music, and Google Drive storage.