Taiwanese company Vismile has created a system that aims to take the hassle out of trying on new clothes.

Taiwanese company Vismile has created a virtual dressing room that lets people see what different outfits will look like without having to actually try them on. ‘Nuevo' aims to take the hassle out of trying on new clothes, using motion sensors and cameras.

The system captures high-resolution scans of the shopper in order to superimpose different items of clothing onto their body in real-time. This enables the shopper to ‘try on' clothing more quickly and efficiently.

Refinery29 notes that the clothes move as you turn around, and can be viewed from all different angles, as well as mixed and matched on-screen. You can access images of previous outfits if you can't decide which to buy and send the images to Facebook or Twitter to show your friends what you've been trying on. You can check out Vismile's system in the video below:

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