Virtual Dressing Room Superimposes Clothes Onto Shoppers In Real-Time [Video] Taiwanese company Vismile has created a virtual dressing room that lets people see what different outfits will look like without having to actually try them on.
‘Nuevo’ aims to take the hassle out of trying on new clothes, using motion sensors and cameras. The system captures high-resolution scans of the shopper in order to superimpose different items of clothing onto their body in real-time. This enables the shopper to ‘try on’ clothing more quickly and efficiently. Refinery29 notes that the clothes move as you turn around, and can be viewed from all different angles, as well as mixed and matched on-screen. You can access images of previous outfits if you can’t decide which to buy and send the images to Facebook or Twitter to show your friends what you’ve been trying on. Vismile. Robotic Mannequins Help Online Shoppers Find The Perfect Size. Sizes can vary from store to store – you might be an extra small in one store, and then a medium in another.
This inconsistency can be a frustrating issue, especially for online shopper who aren’t able to try on the clothes. Now, the company Fits.me aims to change this with their robotic mannequins that let shoppers try on clothes in a virtual changing room. After inputting your measurements, you can adjust the size of the clothing item to see how it might fit according to your body shape. The innovation is made possible as the robotic mannequin is able to adjust in shape and size, allowing the retailer to map out how an item would look on people of different measurements.
The technology was created by a startup in Estonia and is now used by online retailers like Otto, Ermenegildo Zegna, Gilt, and Barbour. Fits.me. Mipso — Technology to FIT. Mipso. Home Page. BUNSAR. MyFit - The new dimension to online shopping. MyFit / The new dimension to online shopping / Home myFit The ultimate virtual fitting room. Try clothing. virtually.
Fashion brands to launch virtual fitting room. Virtual Fitting Room and Body Scanning. Styku Has Created An Online Virtual Fitting Room Using Microsoft Kinect. Los Angeles startup Styku has done something rather innovative utilizing the Microsoft Kinect platform.
Using four Kinect sensors, Styku has created a way to do a full body scan and create an online fitting room. According to the company you can actually use just one Kinect at home but to get the most accurate measurements you can go to a retail partner that has their technology installed and have a body scan done. From there the magic happens. On the back end Styku takes the body scan and matches it to a stores inventory to show you exactly what sizes they recommend for you.
In shopping for clothes, size can actually be a mystery. Styku combines the inventory and specifications from a stores entire inventory, with the exact measurements garnered from the body scan, to offer the exact fitting size. Check out the video interview below and for more info you can visit styku.com the smart fitting room. Comments are closed. How does Tesco’s virtual fitting room measure up? Me in my Tesco dress I love shopping, but I’ve always been hesitant about buying clothes online.
For me, the major factor’s not being able to try before I buy. So when Tesco launched the Florence & Fred Virtual Fitting room via Facebook, where you input your measurements to find clothes that fit, I just had to er, try it out. For now, unlike a Yorkie bar, this is just for girls. Sorry, guys. Does it work? In short, no, it didn’t work for me. Once I’d ‘tried on’ a few frocks and got through to the checkout stage, my suggested clothes size was a 16. See the photo below for my virtual model’s fit in a size 16. Designer Glasses & Sunglasses, Video Try-On.
Try On Glasses Online In A 3D Virtual Fitting Room. Online retail startup Ditto has developed a 3D virtual fitting room to help you find the perfect pair of glasses that suit your face.
The app uses your webcam to take a series of short videos of your face turning from side to side. Then, it creates a 3D model of you with a scrollable 180-degree view. You can try on different frames and see how they look on every side. Virtual fitting rooms are on the rise as online retailers see the benefits of shoppers being able to try before they buy. Bivolino - UHasselt. Bivolino.com - Let's get technical by Michel Byvoet on Prezi.
.: Bivolino Services :. Bivolino.com Top 10 lessons. Custom dress shirts online –Overhemden op maat online – Chemise sur mesure – Maßhemden online. Metail, The Virtual Fitting Room You’ve Probably Never Heard Of, Partners With Warehouse, Shop Direct, Following Tesco Trial. Likened to a space race, there are a whole bunch of startups trying to solve the problem of how to ‘try on’ clothes online.
And for the online fashion industry, it’s a big problem, too. The inability to see if a garment actually fits before making a purchase, not only lowers conversion rates, but is also seeing return rates as high as 70%, an expense that online retailers can ill afford. Arguably, however, no one has landed on the moon, quite yet, and the virtual fitting room market is still wide open. One startup that thinks it’s well-positioned to do so is the UK’s Metail, which launched a partnership with Warehouse (owned by the Aurora Fashions Group) last week, following a successful trial of its virtual fitting room solution with retailer, Tesco. Metail’s purposely been flying under the tech press radar, says CEO and co-founder, Tom Adeyoola, and has effectively been operating in “stealth mode” since it was founded in January 2008. Metail - Your Personal Online Fitting Room. Virtuele paskamer bij Zalando - Fashion Retail - Non-foodretail.
Duitse Zalando naar Nederland. De Duitse online modewinkel Zalando, twee jaar geleden opgericht in een Berlijnse kelder, heeft een Nederlandse webshop gelanceerd.
Net als op de Duitse variant kunnen Nederlandse consumenten schoenen, mode en accessoires bestellen. Twee jaar na de oprichting van Zalando in Duitsland, gaat het bedrijf over de grens naar Nederland. Momenteel wordt de Nederlandse webshop nog gerund vanuit het hoofdkantoor in Berlijn, maar later dit jaar hoopt het bedrijf al een kantoor met Nederlands sprekend personeel te openen in Amsterdam. Oprichter en managing director Robert Gentz laat weten blij te zijn met de uitbreiding. “En we zijn er van overtuigd dat ons assortiment ook in Nederland goed ontvangen zal worden.”