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South Korea: AR mirror helps shoppers with touchless cosmetics shopping

Team Udayavani, Jul 5, 2020, 12:01 PM IST

An augmented reality (AR) mirror at a boutique in South Korea is helping customers with touchless cosmetics shopping.

The mirror takes a photograph of the customer’s face and analyses it, recommending products based on skin texture, and addressing any blemishes, wrinkles or dark circles.

Customers can then see a computer-generated image of what they would look like wearing various  cosmetics such as foundations, eye shadow and lipsticks.

Also, in order to avoid talking to the customers, the shop has also put QR codes next to all products on display

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