Lowe’s employee Tin Tran (center) helps customers Kim Correa (left), of Bothell, and Danny Baranowsky with their Microsoft Hololens virtual reality glasses used to visualize a custom kitchen at the store’s Lynnwood location on Tuesday, June 7. With the glasses, customers can mix and match various kitchen appliances and see what they’d look like in real time to scale. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Interior design meets virtual reality at Lowe’s

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