Gap’s ‘DressingRoom’ App to Launch Soon

Published by , February 6, 2017 1:11 pm

(Engadget)  Gap’s “DressingRoom” app will launch soon. The application, built in collaboration with Google and San Francisco-based startup Avametric, uses augmented reality to let shoppers “try on” clothes without having to step into a store. After you add information such as her height and weight, DressingRoom places a virtual 3D model in front of you and lets you see how different items would fit.
It’s exclusive to Google Tango smartphones, and right now there are barely any of those available. So far, there’s only Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro, and ASUS isn’t expected to release its ZenFone AR until later this year. Gap says that for the time being, it’s focused only on making its application work on Google’s augmented-reality platform.

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