That awkward moment when you realize that you are trying the wrong clothes in a store’s fitting room. But probably you’d feel lazy to get dressed again to check out those pants in another color… Finally you’re not going to worry anymore as here’s where the technologies might help.
If Nordstrom succeeds with its new smart fitting room, you will have uncountable options. The experimental technology turns mirrors into interactive displays providing you with all shop necessary details. By only tapping and swiping the mirror you can not only check out whether shop has your desired outfit’s size, color or style, but have staff bring it to you – handy if you’re still half-naked.
Such technologies in shops are really making shoppers activities much more energetic and funny. Let it be Kinect Virtual Dressing or Augmented Reality Virtual MakeUp.
This amazing tech will help us to save time.
Nonetheless Nordstrom is only testing this smart technology in two stores located in San Jose and Seattle, and this smart fitting room will expand its wings further if the premiere proves successful.
The interested ones can experience this in a few other places as eBay has recently installed the technology at Rebecca Minkoff boutiques in New York and San Francisco, and a third upgrade is going to Los Angeles in 2015.
In a nutshell: Whoever said money can’t buy happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping. 😉