Futuristic Dressing Room Mirror Limits Pains of Trying on Clothes

Mirror is designed to show shoppers what they will look like in clothes without wearing them.
2:31 | 07/08/13

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How about putting clothes on for the "heat index"? Yay. Check out how you looked in the stores without having to try the clothes on, would you? A new magic mirror. A lot of people talked about this for awhile. Now it's happening and abbie boudreau has the story. ♪ Reporter: We've all been there before. Such a pain. Reporter: The hectic nuisance of the fitting room. The small space, the zes, the colors, the mountain of clothing. Picking the right color, the right size, the right style it takes forever. And, ladies, you know how bad the lighting is in these dressing rooms. But what if there was an easier way to pick the right fit and color? At uniclothes in san francisco the magic mirror is a shopper's dream and a peek into the dressing room of the future. Reporter: The concept you can try on different colors without having to try something else on physically. At uniqlo, it's not surprising they love showing off their state-of-the-art looking glass. Show us how it works. This green polo shirt I stand in front of the magic mirror and a hidden camera detects my image. Tap the little color. Now I warrant to see what I look like in red. Try lime green. Let's try blue. Retailers are getting more and more interested into making the experience virtual and exciting and technological savvy so uniqlo is ahead of the curve. Reporter: For now the mirror will only help you with shirts and blouses. For "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. So exhausting. Trying on clothes. By the way if you guys have ever been to our concert series will and phil are here and they keep the audience howling throughout the whole thing. You guys are willing to it. Wearing the green shirts. Let's see if using our technology we can check it. See. I think red is the color. Red. I think it's a little more purple. Yeah, that. I like the blue. I like the blue. Yeah, yeah. It makes it easier. Shirt over your head. And one blue and one red. No, that's too tough for us. We have the technology to only do them both in the same color. We just can't do that but saves you exhaustion from trying on all those different shirts and thank you for that. Guys, thank you. Favorite food. We're going home.

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