Kinect-powered virtual fitting room dresses up people all over the world

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Zugara’s Virtual Dressing Room technology, which gives passersby a way to try on clothes without taking any off, made a big impression at Major League Baseball’s 2015 All-Star Game. Now the Kinect-powered application is popping up around the world — from Central America to the Far East to Red Square.

It’s prominent in “60 Minutes in Tomorrow,” an exhibit on augmented reality and virtual reality at Moscow’s SMIT Space Innovation Center. The exhibit showcases cutting-edge technologies that are poised to make an impact in transportation, shopping and other aspects of everyday life. Zugara has two Virtual Dressing Room kiosks on display in the exhibit, which runs through the end of January.

Find out more about Zugara’s technology on the Kinect for Windows Product Blog.

Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff