Delayed flights no longer need to be one frustrating experience, if the Virtual Fitting Room (VFR) is anything to go by. The VFR offers a free service whereby users will be able to fit into their choice of clothes without going through the hassle of removing current articles. The Philadelphia Airport will be the first public building to debut with this service currently offered by Intellifit. The VFR comes in the shape of a cylindrical kiosk that measures seven feet in diameter and eight feet high. All you need to do is stand in the middle of the VFR for approximately 10 seconds and let the "antenna wand" pass through, where it will collect more than 200,000 data points which will be used to match your measurements against those of brand-name clothing stored in the company's database.
Once your measurements are stored, you can begin your online shopping immediately without worrying about whether your ever-expanding girth will be able to fit into that lovely little black dress. Current brands that work with Intellifit's technology includes Nordstrom, Levi's, Lands' End, GAP, Nautica, Dockers and Jos. A. Bank.
Source: PR Newswire