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Swivel Technology Brings Cher's 'Clueless' Closet To Life (VIDEO)

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Cher Horowitz's high-tech virtual closet was one of the best parts of "Clueless." What girl wouldn't want the ability to style outfits on a computer without the pain of trying everything on?

Thankfully, we are getting closer to the day when Cher's fictional closet will be a reality for us all. In the video above, YouTuber iJustine experiments with Swivel, a virtual try-on system from FaceCake that allows you to see yourself "wearing" clothing, accessories and even makeup on a screen.

The clothes and accessories even move on the screen as you move (hence the name "swivel").

For now, the software is intended for use in stores, meaning it replaces the traditional dressing room experience with an augmented reality one. But we bet it won't be long until Swivel infiltrates our homes and gives us the "Clueless" closets we've been dreaming of since 1995.

Check out Swivel at work in video above.

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