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H&M is trialing a smart mirror that suggests outfits for you — and customers love it

H&M mirror voice and facial recognition

H&M is trialing a smart mirror in its flagship store in Times Square, New York. Through voice and facial recognition, customers can use voice commands to take selfies. The mirror was developed by Microsoft and Swedish digital agencies, Visual Art and Ombori.

H&M is offering its customers a new shopping experience and customers apparently love it, according to Lebensmittelzeitung.

The fashion group is currently trialling a smart mirror in its flagship store at Times Square in New York. The smart mirror, developed by Microsoft and Swedish digital agencies Visual Art and Ombori, combines voice and facial recognition in order to communicate with customers.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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