My Virtual Model also known as My Virtual Fitting Room is used for people to try clothes on a virtual model that kind of looks like themselves. You can create your model by hairstyle and color, skin tone, eyeshape, lips and my favorite… weight.
The outfit I find most interesting on my MVM model is the default under garments. With the simplicity of having no outfits selected I am able to change the weight of my virtual model and use this application for a weight loss gauge.
Here you see the model at my starting weight. I added some weight to her so I now have an image of a future I wish to avoid. This was where I was headed.
MVM is a great tool for creating the images of me decreasing at ten pound weight increments. Here I can see how I will look during my weight loss journey. I see the kind of incremental changes my virtual model expresses from 180 to 140lbs. I get to really see how I could get to that weight by seeing the figures in between.
It also gave me an image to go towards as opposed to old photographs of me thinner I now have something new to look towards. I believe in the power of creative visualization and MVM is a superb tool to work with.
I originially found the tool at www.mvm.com But seems they moved app to facebook Click Here to Try the My Virtual Fitting Room App on Facebook/
Doing a search on my virtual model will get you there if they’ve moved it since the publishing of this article.