Virtual Fitting Room For YOUR Body Forms (+VIDEO)

Kinect, Styku, virtual fitting room
The startup Styku has developed a revolutionary online ‘smart fitting room’. The shopper is to be connected to Microsoft Kinect, where the motion sensor will scan the user’s body and input the measurements online. Then the shopper can virtually try the garments on and see what fits well, or which areas are too tight or loose. The CEO of Styku Raj Sareen notes: “I think Styku’s going to be the platform for size recommendations and visualizations of how a garment looks on a body. […] It will enable new business models, and open up the online market for consumers previously hesitant to risk buying online.”

Future Shop, Kinect, Styku, virtual fitting room

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