Inventvillage.com announces the marketing launch of LIVE DRESSING ROOM

LIVE DRESSING ROOM is in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Global Invention Royalty Analysis was performed by World Patent Marketing (www.worldpatentmarketing.com)
 
 
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - Nov. 12, 2014 - PRLog -- With the rise of the internet and constant upgrades to technology, consumer demand for new products only increases. People no longer have to shop in local brick and mortar stores to acquire the goods they want. Online purchasing allows a user to purchase goods at a greater convenience. However, for the clothing industry it is still necessary for consumers to try clothing themselves to see how it fits since templates and methods of cutting may differ from company to company. Typically tried for fit in the store, the clothing a user may want to try on or purchase may not be in stock, the right size or color for the consumer. Sometimes when users do not wish to purchase the items, the articles of clothing are left in the dressing room for the employees to return them to the floor or stock room. Leaving the clothing in the dressing room creates a mess for other customers if the employees are unable to get to the dressing rooms to clean the mess left behind from clothing left in the dressing room. Some disreputable consumers even use the changing room as a means to shoplift and steal items from the store. Due to this, some establishments have introduced policies to limit the number of clothing or apparel articles that may be taken into the dressing room or provide a number that equates to the number of articles the consumer wishes to try on that must be returned when the consumer exits the dressing room. Consumers may still purchase clothing online for a larger variety of colors and styles, but at risk of the garment being cut different due to differing manufacturing processes and clothing templates therefore, creating a possibility for not fitting the buyer.

Therefore, it is an object of this invention to provide a method and apparatus that will allow customers to virtually try on articles of clothing by presenting a mirrored display that allows for the garment to be displayed on the reflection of the user providing a means to see the article as it would appear if they were to wear it. Clothing and other apparel may be separated into various categories such as color, season, or occasion. Based on the category of the apparel selected the program may display a background. For example, if the user picks up a Hawaiian shirt, the background may change to an ocean shore, or if the user wishes to purchase a winter hat, the background may change to a snow covered forest. The algorithm may further suggest additional apparel that is available in the store. For example, if the user picked that Hawaiian shirt, the program may suggest a pair of shorts that would match or compliment the shirt. If a female user selected an evening dress, a necklace or earrings may be suggested. Thus, increasing the sales of merchandise.

The invention may be used in a traditional brick and mortar store or purchased for home use.

The inventor of LIVE DRESSING ROOM is seeking a third party licensee to manufacture, market and distribute the product under a royalty agreement. Potential licensees in the appropriate industries are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize LIVE DRESSING ROOM on a worldwide basis.

According to a comprehensive university study brokered by World Patent Marketing, there is a strong likelihood of this product being successful in the marketplace.

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Potential licensees interested in obtaining more information about LIVE DRESSING ROOM  and discussing licensing opportunities with respect to the product can contact the Licensing Department of InventVillage.com at licensing@inventvillage.com or 646-412-5985.

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