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CES 2014: MemoMi to Demo Groundbreaking Machine Vision Technology
MemoMi to demonstrate MemoryMirror, the first commercial application of its 'perspective-distortion correction' technology, in Eureka Park TechZone
Las Vegas, Nevada - January 7, 2014 - MemoMi, the leading provider of enhanced machine vision technology, will demonstrate its patented perspective-distortion correction technology for the first time at CES. As one of a select number of cutting-edge startups chosen to demo products in the Eureka Park TechZone, MemoMi will showcase its first commercial application, MemoryMirror�, a new body-controlled 'smart' mirror for use in fashion retail stores.
MemoMi's enhanced machine vision technology combines motion sensing, real-time object tracking, and dynamic mapping that turns any video camera and screen into an interactive, body-controlled experience. MemoMi's patented technology, available as an SDK license, can be embedded in a wide range of next-generation consumer hardware.
"Our machine vision technology is unique in that it does real-time perspective-distortion correction, allowing people to interact with video screens through simple body gestures," said Salvador Nissi Vilcovsky, founder and CEO of MemoMi. "We're thrilled to demonstrate the first application of this patented technology, the interactive MemoryMirror, at CES."
MemoryMirror provides a first-of-its-kind interactive shopping experience. Using simple body gestures, or the smartphone app, shoppers can control the MemoryMirror to see 360-degree back and side views of themselves in� new outfits; change outfit styles, sizes, and colors; see themselves dressed in different outfits side-by-side; and instantly share images and videos of themselves with friends via smartphones and social media.
Through real-time big data capture and analytics, MemoryMirror also provides a trove of valuable shopper information. MemoryMirror automatically captures opt-in data on body measurements, fit, and purchases for each shopper at the SKU-level, providing insights into a customer's unique style and purchase preferences. Before MemoryMirror, retailers had little visibility into who was visiting their stores, which products they browsed, and what their style or purchase preferences were; over 85% of store visitors are 'anonymous' to retailers.
MemoMi has also partnered with leading technology companies, such as Intel, to explore new ways to embed its enhanced machine vision technology into diverse consumer electronics devices.
MemoMi provides enhanced machine vision technology that turns any video camera and screen into an interactive, body-controlled experience. MemoMi's first commercial application is the MemoryMirror�, a 'smart' mirror for use in fashion retail stores. With a wave of the hand or a tap on a smartphone, shoppers can control the mirror to see 360-degree back and side views of themselves, change outfit styles, sizes and colors, and instantly share images and videos of themselves with friends via smartphones and social media. Customers engage in a fun experience to find clothes that fit and flatter, and retailers gain valuable shopper preference data. Founded in December 2012, MemoMi is based in Palo Alto, California. For more information visit www.memorymirror.com.
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