Social Element In 3D Virtual Glasses Fitting



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DITTO is an online glasses vendor offering a 3D virtual fitting technology. After consumers record a short video of themselves with a webcam, a 3D model of their face is created, which they are to use for trying on sunglasses. They get 180-degree view, and a side-by-side snapshot feature sharable on Facebook, facilitating final selection. It’s like going to a store with all of your friends (who may be abroad at the time) for the best advice, without actually getting off the couch.
Via: psfk.com

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