Samsung’s latest display innovation just made mirrors even more useful
Samsung recently unveiled a new and extremely interesting innovation which makes it possible for consumers to virtually model clothing products with the use of the first ever mirrored transparent OLED display.
This virtual fitting room is a combination of a mirror display, an OLED layer, and Intel’s Real Sense 3D cameras. As a customer moves as he tries on an item, the display senses these movements, records a video of the movements and responds by manipulating said item to move accordingly. This allows customers to see how clothes would look on them without having to go through the inconvenience of slipping into an actual fitting room. The Real Sense 3D cameras are also capable of voice recognition, so controlling the mirror with your voice is a possibility.
The mirror display is seen to be a perfect addition to retail stores so shoppers are able to get info on a product they’re eyeing to buy or just go ahead and try it on digitally prior to the purchase. Samsung expressed high confidence in their first foray into this interactive 3D – OLED display – mirror finish technology and looks forward to eventually bringing it to the mainstream and replace traditional home mirrors.
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