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Technology as important to CBA as classic banking skills, says CEO Ian Narev
An Oculus Rift virtual reality experience in CBA's new Innovation Lab lets customers demo the bank's payment technologies.
Users can wave their hands, a la Microsoft Kinect or Leap Motion, to view information about CBA products.
This screen displays real-time CBA data.
Customers can learn about trends in various neighborhoods or industries using a combination of this screen and a tablet interface.
CommBank employees discuss how to innovate payments in the Innovation Lab with assistance from a digital whiteboard.
A closer look at that whiteboard.
A group of CommBank employees talking innovation.
The winners of the UNSW hackathon explain their app, CrowdSauce, to NSW Minister for Finance and Services, Dominic Perrottet. The app will appear on CBA's upcoming [[artnid:557496|Android-based payments terminal]], Albert.
CommBank CEO Ian Narev announces the Innovation Lab. To his left, Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, CBA group executive of institutional banking and markets.
CommBank's new CIO, David Whiteing.
NSW Minister for Finance and Services, Dominic Perrottet, said government should follow the example set by the private sector on technology.