Interactive Mirrors Debuting at BloomingdalesS

With a little bit of technology, everyone around you will be able to judge your fashion sense, thanks to Nanette Lepore and her department in the New York City Bloomingdales. Lepore has installed and began testing interactive projection mirrors. They work by projecting a picture of said piece of clothing and allows the person to see what they would look like wearing it, without actually having to go through the pain-staking process of putting on the clothing. The fun doesn't end there, either. A camera will capture an image of what the person looks like wearing the clothing and upload it online. Online, friends and family and can visit a Web site and judge critique the clothing selection. Lepore plans on installing the IconNicholson system in stores in Tokyo and Las Vegas.

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