Japan's 'virtual dressing rooms'
Toshiba has developed a "digital changing booth" that lets customers virtually try on clothes through a display.
The system uses an off-the-shelf 3D scanner and a camera to analyse the customer's body, and then sizes the clothes to fit.
A companion app uses your mobile device to let you mix and match outfits, or place an order.
Toshiba is one of several companies developing virtual dressing rooms using body-scanning technology; unlike rivals, however, they hope to have the booths installed in Japan later this year.
The BBC's North America technology correspondent Richard Taylor tried out Toshiba's system - along with a number of outfits - at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
You can follow Richard on Twitter @RichTaylorBBC.