Debating whether to buy clothing online but not sure if you want to make the purchase because you can't see the fit? Some companies are trying to squash the hesitation of online shopping with new technology that brings the in store experience closer. The company Qvit.com is developing personalized avatars that resemble shoppers' exact bodies, according to The Huffington Post. Avatars will use features like a transparency tool which will allow the shopper to see how baggy or tight clothes will fit and a color coded heat map will help determine if clothes will be too tight or too loose. Check it out on Qvit.com.
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