Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Aerianne, Jun 23, 2018.
I thought this was a pretty interesting use of technology. It has potential.
I see lots of females being unhappy with what this app tells them, but at least their boyfriends/husbands will be (somewhat) off the hook.
I see all this technology as just another step in shops reducing staff and paying the few that remain the minimum wage, on the grounds that they do not require any skills.
In 1990, bank managers were paid £47,000. Today they earn £18,000, simply because all the criteria for financial services are fixed by computer programs.
Last week, my bank manager told me that the highlight of his day is checking that the cleaners have been in.
At this rate, we will soon be able to buy everything via computer programs, but no one will have any jobs or money to buy the goods.
I've never had a person measure me for clothing. I find my size by trying clothes on. I've done alterations myself and I have alterations done by professionals but this pair of leggings that takes your measurements wouldn't be replacing anyone in my world.
Boot cut for me.
My pappa wears skinny stuff lol I like prefer boot cut to go over my boots.
yeah, my legs measure me for jeans, via the dressing room.
but there's not a jeans measuring guy to replace. i guess they're trying to get rid of their dressing room installation guy?
Once they get it down to a fine art, the shop will disappear altogether.
We are slowly making the entire human race redundant.
If you have ever driven a car with sat-nav, you will know that it tells you when you are speeding. Since the government owns the satellite, why do we need speed cameras or speed cops. It also knows where your car is parked, so the parking wardens can go as well. In fact, we could make more than 2 million people redundant in the UK alone.
I AM NOT JOKING. These systems have been running on trial for several years. Common sense should tell everyone that governments have not spent billions of pounds on these systems so that we can have a £99 plastic box in our cars.
I don't believe in any of the conspiracy theories banded about, in fact most of them are laughable. ,
But what is REALLY happening in this world should give us all cause for concern.
I saw a commercial about this while I was at the gym and it reminded me of this topic. This site, MTailor, has an app for that, but I haven't tried it and can't truly comment because I don't like to download anything I don't really need to my phone. I wonder if it's free.
I'm 34 inch waist and 32 inch leg. I get my jeans on Amazon and they fit. Got no time for this.
Interesting. I just wear leggings instead of jeans,comffffy.... then wear a tunic or dress over.. jeans are usually too confineing for me.
Why don't you just get somebody to measure your waist and booty for you?
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