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Walmart introduces virtual try-on tech which uses customers’ own photos to model the clothing  

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Walmart is expanding its support for AI-powered virtual try-on technology that allows online shoppers to better visualize clothing on models that look like themselves in both appearance and body type. Before, Walmart.com customers could select from among dozens of different models to find one who best looked like them in order to see how clothing would likely look on their own body, and with their own skin tone, across a range of apparel items. Now, the retailer is launching new technology called “Be Your Own Model,” which lets shoppers use their own photos to see how clothing looks on them, instead of choosing one of the existing fashion models. The virtual try-on technology hails from Walmart’s 2021 acquisition of the startup Zeekit. The computer vision and neural network-powered feature is capable of analyzing catalog images of garments to create a dressed image. The use of neural networks helps to determine the different variations of a product, including size, color and other factors — like fabric draping or sleeve length, for example

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Walmart introduces virtual try-on tech which uses customers’ own photos to model the clothing

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