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  • Amazon AR mirror lets people try clothes virtually
  • Amazon AR mirror lets people try clothes virtually
    Ali Marel (2017) ©
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Amazon AR mirror lets people try clothes virtually

With some retailers providing one-hour delivery and free returns, shopping online can seem like the ultimate convenience. But people still need to try clothes on to find their perfect fit. Amazon's AR mirror aims to help people visualise how they'll look in a new outfit without the hassle.

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