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  • 3D models and online shopping sites

    What can you say about 3D models placed at our web site? Do you like them? What role do they play in merchandising?
    3DProf4online
    from TouchBubble.com

  • #2
    only if they're naked.

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    • #3
      I suppose it could be interesting, but based on your Website, most of those I don't need to see in 3D. Jewelry, for the most part I buy in person ... but if I were to buy a watch online, a straight on view of the face would be fine, maybe a separate view for the clasp.

      Same with most of the gadgets you've listed. Maybe it's just me. It just seems a little unnecessary and kitschy than practical.

      And to require users to load a plug in is generally a good way to make a lot of people not want to deal with your site.

      At least that's my opinion.
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