Develop a mobile app that showcases volumetric-video capture with digital garments for e-commerce fashion campaigns.
Customers return an estimated 40% of what they buy online, mostly because of misconceptions about size, style, and fit. Online shoppers need a better sense of how garments look to avoid false expectations and make confident purchase decisions.
One way retailers can help shoppers is by providing dynamic visuals of their collections. Yet fashion film shoots are notoriously expensive.
The benefits of virtual production
Virtual production allows a single volumetric shoot to be used over and over across multiple fashion campaigns. You can shoot the model once in various poses and at all angles, then add digital clothing in post-production.
For this project, fashion models were filmed using a 3D-capture camera rig. Digital garments were then rendered on top of the models:
With this method of production, retailers can create reusable assets and reduce production costs over time.
Our role was to conceptualize and design the UX of the application. The goal was to showcase the benefits of a virtual production pipeline while designing a unique and satisfying shopping experience for end-users.
Our team produced Discovery and Concept documentation, in addition to designing the user flows and wireframes.
We designed a self-contained experience that features inspirational looks for a “First Date” fashion campaign. Shoppers can select a model based on body type, browse styles, view individual garments, and make purchases.
Key features of the app included:
- View interactive videos of how garments drape and move with the wearer
- Change colors and patterns on the fly in video displays of garments
- Choose the viewing angle of garments
- Instantly see models of different sizes wearing the same garment