Artedomus is a leading supplier of unique, high quality tiles, bathware and furniture. With a focus on beautiful, natural materials, INHAABIT was excited to partner with Artedomus to bring their architectural surfaces to life in Augmented Reality.
“Using Augmented Reality to try tiles and bathware in your home is a natural extension of our AR technology”, explains Jordan Yim, Director of INHAABIT. “With your tablet or mobile device, Artedomus AR allows you to create a full bathroom interior by placing beautiful tiles, stone surfaces, baths and basins.”
Artedomus has a rich heritage in supplying distinctive surfaces sourced from around the world. For INHAABIT, this meant the ability to accurately showcase materials such as stone, marble, limestone and sandstone was a key consideration. Artedomus AR allows customers to easily place one or more segments of tiles, rotate the orientation and then scale them to fit their floor or wall. They can also visualise different tiles next to each other to increase purchase confidence and reduce guesswork in the renovation process.
Artedomus AR is the second Augmented Reality collaboration between Artedomus and INHAABIT, with the New Volumes AR app also available to showcase the brand’s Elba stone collection.
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