The first installation of a digital interactive mirror in New York City was a hit among tourists and fashionistas. Developed by IconNicholson, the technology is being sold to other retailers. While critics say the technology is still in its infancy, some experts say it will revolutionize the way people shop. A prototype of the mirror was set up in Bloomingdale’s department store in Manhattan. It was framed in a vintage-looking white wood frame and acted as a three-part high-resolution digital screen.
A voice-activated digital mirror can help you find the perfect clothes and make-up to match your look. The H&M flagship store in Manhattan has a mirror with a microphone that awakens through facial recognition. It can provide style advice, recommend cosmetics, or offer discounts through QR codes. The Sephora mirror was created by Microsoft and Swedish agencies. The new technology can detect the color and style of your clothing. It also has a color sensor, so it can differentiate between bright and neutral colors, and floral and geometric patterns.
The interactive mirrors are also being used in flagship stores around the world. At the flagship store of the H&M brand, the smart mirrors use facial recognition to wake up. In addition to offering style advice, they also provide discount codes via QR codes. The technology is being developed by Microsoft and two Swedish agencies. These new technologies can be incorporated into retail to transform the way people shop and enjoy their time in stores.
One of the most innovative digital interactive mirrors is the one being used in H&M’s flagship store. The new mirrors are activated by facial recognition and can offer tips on dressing to fit your body type and facial features. They can also give you style advice and offer discounts via QR codes. Another innovative application is in the flagship store of Lululemon. While the interactive mirrors are not widely used yet, they are still a novelty for shoppers.
Another example of a digital interactive mirror in New York is the one used at the flagship store of H&M. The Samsung smart mirror in the flagship store of the clothing brand can help shoppers learn about the community, offer advice and even purchase products that match their needs. The innovative technology in the Sephora smart mirror uses artificial intelligence to predict a shopper’s style and preferences. A smart mirror can distinguish between a girl wearing bright pink lipstick and a woman wearing geometric patterns.
The first digital interactive mirror in New York City was installed in the flagship store of Lululemon in November. Similar smart mirrors have been installed at Lululemon’s flagship store. The two companies have both made their smart mirrors available to consumers as an interactive display in the store. The Lululemon smart mirror is also integrated into their online store. The goal is to create an online community that connects with local businesses.