WiMi Hologram Cloud Brings Virtual Wearable System Supported by Web 3.0 Technology


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WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. developed a holographic virtual wear system on Web 3.0 technology. It consists of a display module, a product control and selection module, a product simulation module, a trading system module, an information statistics module, and an evaluation module.

Space Web supports the virtual wear system. Retailers can take advantage and create new virtual experiences for users to try products virtually. The products will be visible to them through 3D holographic technology.

The product control module supports the overall adjustment of the product’s position, size, and angle of the 3D holographic model. By uploading photos, users can use the system to generate holographic 3D digital model information, wear and match the model, and physically view the product’s effect.

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