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Augmented Reality Try On 3D (ARTON3D)

EasyChair Preprint no. 12790

9 pagesDate: March 27, 2024


An AR smart mirror integrates traditional mirror functionalities with augmented reality technology, offering users a host of interactive capabilities. By employing sensors and advanced computer vision algorithms, these mirrors can detect users and overlay virtual content onto their reflections. This content may encompass various features like weather updates, news snippets, social media feeds, and tailored product/service recommendations. With an AR smart mirror, individuals can virtually try on clothing, access medical information or reminders, and manage smart home devices without physical interaction . The advent of AR smart mirrors heralds a potential revolution in how we interact with technology and information daily, seamlessly blending the physical and digital realms. These mirrors have versatile applications across diverse settings, from homes and workplaces to retail establishments and public areas, enriching our interactions with surroundings and facilitating informed decision-making. While still in nascent stages of development, AR smart mirrors represent an enticing frontier in the rapidly evolving domain of augmented reality technology.

Keyphrases: AR smart mirrors, Augmented Reality Technology, computer vision, informed decision making, Overlay, potential revolution, rapidly evolving domain, reflections, try-on, virtual try-on

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  author = {Krishna Chhabhaiya and Priyam Mehta and Gurleen Kaur and Vipul Patil and Akash Prajapati},
  title = {Augmented Reality Try On 3D (ARTON3D)},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12790},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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