Bugfix for Virtual Mirror

Bugfix Release 0.6.0 of Virtual Mirror HTML5

Bugfix for Virtual Mirror
Bugfix for Virtual Mirror

Today, after several tests on different devices, running Linux, Android, Windows and macOS High Sierra Virtual Mirror HTML5 Version 0.6.0 was released and can be tested here. Beside of some cosmetics the focus was especially on a better embedding of Virtual Mirror, running inside of an overlay window.

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  1. Hi Matthias,

    I hope you are well. We are building another website for a business partner of ours. Their website will be a copy of ours but with different products and a different look and feel. We’d like for them to also have the virtual mirror.

    So firstly, how much will it cost us for another license to use the mirror on this other domain?

    Secondly, this partner is quite a big company and have asked about a privacy policy for the virtual mirror.
    Specifically: Is there a privacy policy ? Does it require cookies to work. If so, how many? What happens to uploaded photos when the visitor has finished usng it?

    Your help in answering these questions would be greatly appreciated.

    Warm regards,

    Ian

    1. Good Morning, Ian,

      at first:
      We can provide you 20% discount for a license at a different domain.

      At second:
      Virtual Mirror HTML5 keeps the privacy very save. There are no cookies required. Also, the so called “uploaded photos” aren’t in fact uploads. The photo of the customer will not leave his computer. All image processing is done on client side by use of HTML5…

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