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Old 05-03-2021, 07:01 AM   #1
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Digital fashions


Apparently this is now a thing. You upload a photograph of yourself and get back a digitally edited version wearing a fabulous outfit, which you can then post on Instagram for the envy of your friends. You have to pay for it, but it costs a lot less than buying the clothes for real. Also it costs the planet a lot less in CO2 emissions and water use; growing cotton requires a lot of water.

Perhaps in the future, silly young women will walk the streets in plain leggings and T-shirts but all wearing augmented reality glasses through which they will be able to view their own and everybody else's amazing digital clothes.
 
Old 05-03-2021, 07:34 PM   #2
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Nothing is real anymore.
 
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at "grand theft auto V" there is costumes / clothing that have nothing but aesthetic value.
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Perhaps in the future, silly young women will walk the streets in plain leggings and T-shirts but all wearing augmented reality glasses through which they will be able to view their own and everybody else's amazing digital clothes.
that sounds kinda cool
 
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erm... Photoshop?
OK, I know it does more than that, but seriously: that's harmless fun.
What I find much worse is software that makes people look thinner, prettier, cuter, less flawed, adhere to "beauty norms" - whether it's done professionally or as a matter of course on Instagram et. al.
That really destroys people's lives, esp. when they're too young to understand how their psyches are being f*cked over.
 
  


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