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Dr Wu says three challenges needed to be overcome to produce a workable image: identifying physical specifics and weeding out extraneous background 'noise'; matching clothes to the human form; and allowing for the clothes to track body movements.

It has since been expanded to over 31 countries in five continents, including Hotelli Kultakala in Finland which was made into a Habbo Hotel and has been invested in by venture capitalists.The new hotel exited beta a few weeks afterwards, aimed at the teenage market, with marketing and payment partners in place, run from a HQ in London.It featured a new credits system with community and safety features.As of August 2012, over 273 million avatars have been registered with an average 5 million unique visitors monthly.The service allows users to create their own Habbo character and design hotel rooms, meet new friends, chat with other players, organize parties, look after virtual pets, create and play games and complete quests.By buying certain furni, players can build their own rooms for other players to play these games.

Guest Rooms are special rooms which users can customize with furniture, wallpaper and floor patterns, which can be purchased with credits.

Public rooms are designed by Sulake and are not customizable by users.

Some rooms used to contain games called Battle Ball, Snow Storm, Wobble Squabble and diving, but these games were removed due to coding issues when they upgraded from Shockwave to Flash.

They often depict scenes such as restaurants, cinemas, and dance clubs.

Most Public Rooms contain automated robots which shout pre-recorded messages and tips and can give members drinks and food items.

After having been contracted to design a virtual game and chat called Lumisota (Snow Wars) for a Finnish internet service provider, they were contracted for another project. Aapo, Sampo and Dee Edwards, an entrepreneur from the UK, wanted to create an international business based on the virtual hotel concept, drafting a plan in Autumn 2000, and raised finance.