If you’ve ever sat at a runway fashion show full of expectation, only to mentally fast-forward, rewind, or change views of the show, then you might want to check out Uniqlo’s interactive runway.
The Japanese fashion company Uniqlo has launched its Tokyo 2009 Collection by offering customers a completely unique way to view the collection online: users get to control how the runway show pans out.
How exactly does it work? Uniqlo’s interactive runway video is click-able, which means you just select the item you’re interested in and sit back as the model walks down the catwalk and the camera changes to give you front, back, side—even aerial—views of the outfit. Say good bye to straining your neck or tapping your foot impatiently during a runway show!
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