DUBAI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Banuba, a leading developer of augmented reality technology, has announced the release of headwear support in their TINT virtual try-on platform. The new feature offers customers a realistic and immersive experience by simulating how hats, tiaras, bandannas and other products will look on them from different angles, with lifelike interaction with gravity and light.
TINT supports all kinds of headwear, including hats, caps, beanies, and more. Customers can explore highly detailed product models and access product characteristics with just one click. The platform also boasts an easy purchasing process, allowing customers to complete their transactions quickly and efficiently.
The new feature leads to increased sales, improved customer experience, and reduced product refunds. Customers will enjoy a realistic representation of how headwear products will look on them and are more likely to make a purchase. Additionally, the lifelike interaction with gravity and light ensures that buyers make informed buying decisions and reduce the likelihood of product returns.
Besides headwear virtual try-on, TINT supports other product categories:
- Necklaces and scarves
- Hair dye
It stands out from the competition thanks to the ultra-realistic digital products it offers, as well as a state-of-the-art recommendations system. The AI can analyze the user’s unique appearance based on over 120 parameters (skin tone, hair color, face shape, etc.) and suggest the products that will fit them best.
You can test TINT online by using a demo version (no credit card required).
Banuba is an augmented reality company with over 7 years on the market, pioneering face tracking, virtual try-on, and virtual background technologies. Banuba provides software development kits (SDKs) for augmented reality and video editing, as well as ready-to-integrate solutions for virtual try-on on face, hair and hand.