Wannaby Wanna Kicks AR App

Jan 31, 2019

Category: Tech

Online shopping for sneakers is convenient, but not knowing how the shoes will actually look on your feet can be a nuisance. Nobody likes playing the game of returns and refunds when a pair of kicks don’t fit your style quite right. Well, startup company Wannaby is here to remedy that annoying scenario with their latest app entitled Wanna Kicks.

The Wanna Kicks AR App will allow you to choose a pair of shoes from a list of 3D models and try them on virtually. All you need to do is pick the kicks and point your camera at your feet to find out instantly how the footwear looks with your outfit. You can even walk around, as the AR will track your footsteps. The app will also allow you to save your photos so you can ponder about whether or not the kicks will get the green light to enter your collection. The app is currently available on iOS devices and will be ready for Android users later in 2019.

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