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Tired of Trying Clothes When Shopping? Kinect Does Everything For You!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Entertainment & News, Featured

Trying clothes while shopping is really painful, especially with people like me (you have to see how sad I am when purchasing clothes :-P). Now here’s a brilliant solution from Bloomingdale & Bodymetrics, it’s an in-store service that uses Kinect to help women choose the correct size jeans.

You  get scanned & classified into one of three groups: Emerald, sapphire, or ruby; then you can match yourself with sizes and styles that fit your classification before you buy.

Actually this means bad news for husbands… Women can now buy clothes even faster than they woulds have in the past… Which means more shopping and more items to buy!

Here’s a video: Video preview removed due to complaints, you can still view it here:

Bodymetrics @ Selfridges, Oxford Street, London from Bodymetrics Ltd. on Vimeo.

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Mostafa Dafer

Computer & Communication Eng. Stdnt. Founder & CEO of CoolesTech Knows Arabic; English, learning French, Chinese, and Japanese Email:Mostafa@coolestech.com

Comments (6)

  • RaMzi

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    We usually use a curtain to try new jeans so ni body can look …. This is in saida at least but in this video :P looool. But nice topic

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    • Mostafa Dafer

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      Thank you Ramzi, actually I’ve got several complaints on this point by email, no one dared to discuss it publicly though (other than you of course). I’m sorry to tell you that this is the official video and the only one to represent the idea clearly. Again, I’m sorry…

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      • moallailani

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        :( I disliked the concept totally there are better concepts & more practical i think other than this.
        Imagine u have 10 costumers!!!!!

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        • Mostafa Dafer

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          Actually this is not a concept, and well, this is for your own good… You just need to be scanned one time (instead of trying again and again), in addition, unsatisfied customers may still use traditional rooms for trying clothes ;-)

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