Tuesday, 08 Jun, 2010 Technology

Tissot Augmented Reality Display - Observe 3D Watches on Your Wrist


Recently the famous watchmaker Tissot unveiled an augmented reality display at Selfridges London. The window display allows everyone passing by to see how different watch models from the T-Touch collection look on their wrist.

The technology allows people to see a virtual watch on their wrist. In order to try the new technology, users should wear a special paper wristband that activates the AR display. Thus users can view on the display a 3D model of a certain watch and how it looks on their wrist.

There are 28 types of various paper wristbands that users can try. In the video below you can see how the augmented reality display works.

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