Buying clothes can be a tedious process of waiting in lines to get into the dressing room, and then waiting in line again to make a purchase. As it turns out, eliminating the second half of this process can also reduce the first half.

The San Francisco startup Oak Labs is introducing its Oak Checkout concept today, building on an interactive fitting-room system based on mirrors that's been in development since 2015 at stores from designers including Ralph Lauren and Rebecca Minkoff. The new version adds Near Field Communication technology to accept payments from within each dressing room booth.

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