Earlier today, Intel's CEO, Pat Gelsinger, showcased Fit:match.ai's fitting room technology during his keynote address. Meera Bhatia, COO of Fabletics (Fit:match investor and board member), joined Pat on stage to discuss the solution and its many benefits to consumers and brands alike. The segment was broadcasted live to over 10 million people; the energy and feedback from the 1,500 developers, data scientists and tech managers in the crowd was electric.
Intel chose our technology out of hundreds of other applications because it utilizes a perfect blend of cutting-edge hardware (RealSense LiDAR sensors) and a next generation edge computing platform (OpenVINO).
As Pat and Meera described, in Fit:match's Concierge fitting room solution, a customer chooses to walk into a fitting room to complete a full-body scan (that remains 100% private) discover their shape profile, then receive a curated selection of clothing within the store that is best suited to their shape. The whole process takes 30 seconds.
OpenVINO, short for Open Visual Inference and Neural Network Optimization, is a toolkit developed by Intel. Its primary purpose is to accelerate and optimize computer vision and deep learning applications on a wide range of Intel hardware, including CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and Neural Compute Sticks. OpenVINO allows us to address a severe pain point in a large industry. The platform's emphasis on edge computing offers numerous cost-saving opportunities for Fit:match, including enhanced privacy and security, reduced cloud computing costs and bandwidth efficiency (less data is transmitted).
We're immensely honored by this recognition, which reaffirms our commitment to revolutionizing the way consumers experience and interact with apparel.