Clothes but no cigar

A Japanese company has come up with a true virtual fitting room, where buyers can upload an actual picture of themselves rather than having to create an avatar. An ideal service for wheelchair users who might not be able to get to fitting rooms, right? Wrong; the picture has to show you “face forward, standing straight up, arms at your sides not too close to your body.” Let’s hope the next release takes a broader segment of the population into account, m’kay?

Popgadget: Try clothes on a virtual online model of the real you

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