Adornably, the e-commerce and technology company has recently launched an augmented reality app for iPad. This AR app allows iPad users to images of their space and drop 3D photorealistic imagery of different pieces of furniture items automatically into the photo.
This augmented reality app is available in iTunes. The ecommerce site is selling furniture items from its online catalog on the app. Adornably is a Los Angeles-based company and they are featuring hundreds of pieces of furniture items in their augmented reality app for iPad. The app has launched with suppliers like Vanguard, Stanley, and Theodore Alexander and Adornably has plans to add more number of suppliers in future.
According to a company spokesman, “Gone are the days of mis-measuring, mismatched furniture and heavy lifting,” the company said in a release.”
The company’s CEO Marc Lebovitz further added, “Adornably will set the interior designer inside all of us free and make everyone’s home a design playground,” in a release.
To use this augmented reality app, users need to drop a magazine on their floor to scale the furniture. Then, take a photo of the space along h the magazine and simply add furniture from Adornably’s app catalog.
Glenn Prillaman, the CEO of Stanley Furniture, said that this AR app is “a potential game-changer in the digital revolution now sweeping across almost every part of a home furnishings industry that previously offered consumers the same shopping experience for over 50 years.” He further added, “Both suppliers and retailers should love this tool because it enables customers to fully visualize what furniture would look like in the home before the actual purchase.”
A spokesman for Adornably Neil Wood said that “Adornably is not warehousing any goods”. The company is only selling the product through this augmented reality app and it is fulfilled directly by suppliers now.
One of the features of this app is “My Design” area where buyers are allowed to add, rotate, change and delete furniture items from the space. This augmented reality app features a “live” mode that allows users to walk around the space as they view the virtual items in their iPad display screen. Besides, this app allows social sharing and users can even save their favorite photos.
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