Swan is an AI Virtual Fitting Room for fashion eCommerce. Starting as a research team, we transitioned into a company in 2022 and are helping our customers to sell efficiently online.
The history of computer vision dates to the 1960s, when universities engaged in pioneering artificial intelligence research began to investigate it. Computer vision research and development continues today for a multitude of purposes, from medical image processing to autonomous vehicles.
Trinity College in Dublin is Ireland's oldest surviving university and one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. Years of work by leading researchers in its principal AI & media lab, the Adapt Centre, has resulted powerful, new, computer vision technology able to determine the body measurements of people to within 1cm accuracy, using the camera on their mobile phone or similar device.
This breakthrough helped to overcome one of the major issues historically associated with virtual fitting rooms: that most people do not know their basic body measurements and cannot be relied upon to accurately estimate them.
Swan was founded by Eoin Cambay (now CEO) with technology led by Atabak Dehban (CTO) and is funded by Enterprise Ireland and business angels.
Swan takes measurements to an average of 1cm for all people, in all environments, on any phone.
Swan runs to under a sixty seconds for any shopper regardless of video size.
Swan takes twenty-four measurements across the length of a person's body.