The virtual try-on approach provides the customers a facility to try on
the products virtually before purchase.
Why Virtual Try-On
It is helpful when the shopper wants to demonstrate the products like; clothes, makeup, jewelry, accessories, etc. This technology adds ease for the shoppers to shop the products after trying-on them online using their smartphones or tablet.
The technology implements augmented reality, which layers visuals over the real world via the image sensor on the device.
Virtual dressing rooms are example of Virtual Try-On technology. Virtual dressing rooms added to your eCommerce store will offer a real-life styling tool, especially for clothing.
The users can check the colors and sizes too with the available filters. Likewise, the shoppers get the facility to take a trial for the clothes based on model size and get an idea of the look.
Virtual Try-On comes with an extensive feature of 3D view demonstration for the products. The 3D view demo offers the shopper more clear picture of the item. It helps the buyer to purchase any item after watching from all sides.
Moreover, it gives the customers the ability to provide an accurate view of the size of the product, look and feel. Even the virtually wearable products allow the shoppers to purchase after putting on to test the look.
The approach uses a picture of models to try the clothes, jewelry, beauty products, etc. The customers can choose the model according to the desired filter like; size, color tone, product color, etc.
The product can be tested as per the image of the model by selecting the available option. The realistic product images are used to test the model photographs.
The shoppers can also take a face trial for the products to get a more clear view. The face trial brings the product test on a real-time basis.
With a real-time 3D view, the shoppers can try the items such as sunglasses, makeup, and beauty products. A shopper can now test the clothes also based on size and shape.
Hijab Virtual Try On gives the users a virtual hijab to take the product trial. It creates a virtual hijab using augmented reality in which the head will get covered by a hijab. The shoppers can only view their faces which will look like actual hijabs.
The users can take a virtual test for the product using a hijab virtual try-on. It will present the product with a hijab demonstrating that the user is actually trying the product with a hijab.
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