Eclectic Curiosity


Posted on May 8th, 2002, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Ever wonder what you really look like when trying on new clothes? You know, when a mirror just won’t do the trick. Well, check out My Virtual Model. MVM is a Montreal-based company that has developed software to duplicate the shapes and sizes of the human body for the purposes of trying on clothes – particularly helpful, I suppose, when shopping online. It seems that many retailers have adopted this tool into their websites. Although the measurements displayed by your twin model are somewhat vague, just imagine how much detail might go into something like this five years from now. Scary!





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