Bloomingdale's Features Microsoft Tech During NY Fashion Week
Sept. 07, 2012
Microsoft shows off wearable technology, new uses of Kinect for Windows in retail, and stylish PCs, devices and accessories you can buy today, at New York’s fall Fashion Week.

NEW YORK – Sept. 7, 2012 – With high tech playing an increasingly significant role in our lives, it was only a matter of time before technology became a big part of our decisions about style. At the fall Fashion Week in New York City, visitors to Bloomingdale’s are seeing a sampling of this trend, including the wearable printing dress from Microsoft Research, a new wave of retail experiences using Kinect for Windows, and Microsoft products that accentuate a wide variety of styles. See highlights below and read the blog post for more details.

Bloomingdale’s Fashion’s Night Out
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Microsoft partner FaceCake uses Kinect for Windows to create Swivel, an interactive virtual dressing room experience. Kinect started out as a gaming and entertainment device for Xbox 360, but its ability to see, hear and understand gestures is enabling amazing experiences across many industries, including fashion and retail. New York, Sept. 6, 2012.
The Swivel Virtual Dressing Room
September 07, 2012
Microsoft partner FaceCake uses Kinect for Windows to create Swivel, an interactive virtual dressing room experience. Kinect started out as a gaming and entertainment device for Xbox 360, but its ability to see, hear and understand gestures is enabling amazing experiences across many industries, including fashion and retail. New York, Sept. 6, 2012.
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