Virtual Fitting Room For Sunglasses In The Window Shop

virtual fitting room in window shop
Bloomingdale’s has placed six interactive windows for virtual designer’s sunglasses fitting room. The interactive window displays are LCD screens able to identify the position of a shopper’s eyes. Then a pair of glasses appears as if they were on the bridge of his/her nose. Shoppers can see both front and profile views of four sunglasses at each window. When they are ready to proceed with trying a real pair of the liked sunglasses, shoppers pick a print button and go in where a salesperson is waiting for them ready with their choice.

virtual fitting room, window shop

virtual fitting room in window shop

virtual fitting room, window shop

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