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Magic Mirror leverages augmented reality for consumers to try on the latest fashion apparel even before the physical products hit the local market.
According to Chong Chieh Tseng, CTO of The Interaction Company, Magic Mirror automatically recommends a range of outfits to the customer the moment he or she stands in front of the screen. They can then "swipe" through the choices to pick the right outfit, using similar motion detection technology as Microsoft's Kinect, he added.
The startup is currently working with Parco departmental store on a pilot project, which should help shoppers skip the long changing room queues and cut down on the time for them to make their purchases, Chong said.
Shoppers can also take a snapshot of the clothes they tried on, and e-mail the images to a friend or post it on Facebook for a second opinion.
The Interactive Company hopes its application can be extended to desktops for online shopping whereby users can try on the clothes virtually using Web cameras in the future.
HexaLotus's LiverSuite program enables medical practitioners to perform tasks such as segment liver objects, compare liver transplant donors and recipients, and conduct liver surgery risk analysis more effectively.
Coupled with the company's other offering, LiverServ, hospitals can then upload images on HexaLotus' server for processing and subsequent downloads by other parties.
Liu Jimin, founder of HexaLotus Technologies, said the app aims to help surgeons conduct surgery with less risk and understand livers better for future research and surgery planning.