The Adaptive Fitting Room

  title={The Adaptive Fitting Room},
  author={B{\o}rge Sj{\o}bakk and Andreas D. Landmark and Hans Petter H{\"u}bert},
In order to remain attractive and economically viable whilst supplementing online presence, physical stores need to play to their strengths and engage customers in novel ways. Stores have the possibility to act as experimental arenas, where customers can browse apparel through interactive installations and try on products in semi-realistic situations. For fashion retailers, however, the average fitting room experience is rarely representative of actual use. The product range is often diverse… 
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