Augmented reality

Enable clients to visualize your products in their own spaces with our 3D Augmented Reality catalogues.

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Transform your shopping experience by previewing our products in your own home with our state-of-the-art 3D Augmented Reality catalogues.

Simply scan a QR code to access our customized landing page, where we've organized our diverse product range into intuitive categories.

Choose an item, open it in AR via your mobile device, and visualize it in real-time, whether it's a painting on your wall, a chair in your living room, or even a swimming pool in your backyard.

AR technology will improve website conversion rates, reduce return rates, maximize social media advertising ROI, and boost brand loyalty.

FAQ about Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that superimposes digital elements onto the real world, enhancing the user's perception and interaction with their environment.

AR can significantly enhance customer engagement, streamline operations, and provide new revenue streams. It's particularly useful in sectors like retail, healthcare, and industrial design, where visualization and interaction are key.

  1. Retail: Virtual try-ons, interactive 3D ads.
  2. Healthcare: Surgical visualization, medical training.
  3. Industrial Design: 3D modeling, virtual prototypes.
  4. Real Estate: Virtual tours, property visualization.
  5. Education: Interactive learning, virtual classrooms.

AR uses various sensors and algorithms to determine the position and orientation of a camera. It then overlays digital information onto the real-world view captured by the camera.

  1. Marker-based AR: Uses a camera and a visual marker to produce a result when the marker is sensed by a reader.
  2. Markerless AR: Uses a GPS, accelerometer, or digital compass for data-based mapping and recognition.
  3. Projection-based AR: Projects synthetic light onto physical surfaces.
  4. Superimposition-based AR: Replaces the original view with an augmented, fully or partially, altered view.
  1. Smartphones and Tablets: Most common and accessible form.
  2. Smart Glasses: Google Glass, Microsoft HoloLens.
  3. AR Contact Lenses: Still in experimental stages.
  4. Specialized AR Devices: Used in industrial applications.
  1. WebAR: Browser-based AR experiences.
  2. AR Cloud: Real-time 3D mapping of environments.
  3. 5G and AR: Faster and more reliable experiences.
  4. Integration with AI and IoT: Making AR more intelligent and context-aware.

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