Wellington: New "smart mirrors" have recently been developed that allows people to virtually try on clothes, it has been reported.
Created by MemoMi, the mirrors allows people to virtually try on clothes, digitally change the colours of the garments and share their choices with friends via email and social media, Stuff.co.nz reported.
People can even record 7-second videos of themselves and compare them side-by-side so they can see which pair of jeans made their butt look bigger.
The mirrors are equipped with computer processors and shoppers can use them to set up personal shopping accounts. This way, they can access their purchase history and try-on videos from any personal device remotely.
Neiman Marcus has entered the future of shopping, installing smart mirrors in three of their departments stores in the US.