Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

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    Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

    Just came across this today, I apologize if someone has already posted this. It looks pretty cool, has anyone tried it in person?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM70y...layer_embedded

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    Re: Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

    Quote Originally Posted by changy View Post
    Just came across this today, I apologize if someone has already posted this. It looks pretty cool, has anyone tried it in person?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM70y...layer_embedded
    Pretty cool.

    I wonder when we'll be getting one of these in Salt Lake....
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    "I fink it's brilliant reallyyyyyy..."

    Yeah. That sums it up pretty well.
    "...[A] watch isn’t about telling the time, it is about your relationship with time. A watch is about style, a story and the history of both your watch and your own life."
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    Re: Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

    Wow! Did you see the last couple of seconds? It looked like a guy printed and cut out the watch template and held it up to his laptop screen.

    Now THAT is cool!

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    Re: Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

    Quote Originally Posted by rmahoney View Post
    Wow! Did you see the last couple of seconds? It looked like a guy printed and cut out the watch template and held it up to his laptop screen.

    Now THAT is cool!

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    I found it!

    http://www.tissot.ch/reality/

    I just tried it and it works! Try it!

    But if I'm at the store, I'm going to need to handle the hardware.
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    Re: Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

    Quote Originally Posted by TNT13 View Post
    I found it!

    http://www.tissot.ch/reality/

    I just tried it and it works! Try it!

    But if I'm at the store, I'm going to need to handle the hardware.
    that guy in the video needs to blink he gave me a creepy vibe.
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    Re: Tissot - Trying on Watches Virtually

    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewSo View Post
    "I fink it's brilliant reallyyyyyy..."

    Yeah. That sums it up pretty well.

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