At the UK launch of Von Bismark this week in central London, attendees were lucky enough to have exactly that moment, as they saw a much-loved piece of kit from a classic 90s film come true.
follows the privileged life of Valley Girl Cher Horowitz, whose wardrobe contains a computer system that helps visualise and select her outfit every morning – making it one of the most lusted-after gadgets in cinema history (at least that’s according to a non-scientific survey of fellow female colleagues) And 20 years later, Irish technology firm Von Bismark has brought this fictitious technology, previously the stuff of dreams, to the real world.
|The technology scans your body and gives real on-screen clothing options, with visualisation of how you will look with your outfits on
May 21, 2014
Using Microsoft’s Kinect 3D camera and Windows 8.1, Von Bismark technology scans a user’s body and gives real on-screen clothing options, with visualisation of how they will look with their outfits on. For anyone who enjoys clothes and fashion, these are exciting times – click here (hyperlink to be inserted) to see the virtual wardrobe in action.
|The Von Bismark technology uses Microsoft Kinect and Windows 8.1
May 21, 2014