Online retail shopping has become a widespread phenomenon in modern day society, but the problem of not being able to try garments or accessories on beforehand has always been a problem. Lee Jinha has introduced a new way to bypass that problem with his virtual device called, ‘What you click is what you wear.’
The device lets users try on watches or jewelry in real time. 3D graphics are rendered on the arm with the use of several cameras and hand-held devices, which senses the motion of the arm. Due to the early stages of the development of this device, the options for rendering other objects such as shoes or clothing are not yet accessible.
This invention opens up numerous possibilities in the world of online shopping, giving consumers an even more high-tech way to go about their shopping.
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