Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility Snapchat Endures advancing its AR try-on tools, indicating a subsequent stage of online shopping.

Snapchat Endures advancing its AR try-on tools, indicating a subsequent stage of online shopping.

Nov 08, 2021 BY ANAHAT DESHPANDE

Snapchat Endures advancing its AR try-on tools, indicating a subsequent stage of online shopping.

Snapchat has offered a showcase of its developing AR Try-on tools with an innovative integration for ComplexCon. This will allow Snapchat users to virtually try on branded t-shirts and hoodies to look at how the user looks at the application.

Currently, the application is not perfectly completed yet. The digital overlook still looks a bit puffy and not accurately aligned to the user’s proportion. However, it’s another instance snap chat’s increasing advances in body mapping. This will enable the Snapchat users to virtually experience all types of clothing related to the personal size options and customization inside the application.

Snapchat is already offering various AR try-ons options for ad campaigns, including make-up, glasses, jewelry, shoes, and other items.

Snapchat has been developing the next generation of digital wearables for a while. In May, Snapchat worked with Prada and Farfetch on a wide variety of digital try-on projects. This included some of the upper body clothing as well.

Snapchat also purchased a company called digital sizing company FitAnalytics back in March. This provided the tools to assist and facilitate product matches along with accumulating data on customer preferences.

The sum-up of these events and developments has seen Snapchat making vital steps in its AR development. This can play a crucial role in the next stage of e-commerce.

Ecommerce sales are now rising progressively.AR Try-ons applications make it convenient for the customers to buy products online from their devices and stay tuned with the latest trends without rushing to the local supermarkets or Malls in a release.

What's on your mind?

Start a conversation, not a fire. Post with kindness.