||Hauswiesner Stefan, Straka Matthias, Reitmayr Gerhard
||Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR)
||Virtual dressing rooms for the fashion industry and digital entertainment applications aim at creating an image or a video of a user in which he or she wears different garments than in the real world. Such images can be displayed, for example, in a magic mirror shopping application or in games and movies. Current solutions involve the error-prone task of body pose tracking. We suggest an approach that allows users who are captured by a set of cameras to be virtually dressed with previously recorded garments in 3D. By using image-based algorithms, we can bypass critical components of other systems, especially tracking based on skeleton models. We rather transfer the appearance of a garment from one user to another by image processing and image-based rendering. Using images of real garments allows for photo-realistic rendering quality with high performance.