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Added 18 October, 2018

Interior design planning moving to augmented reality

E-commerce homewares company, Wayfair, has released an augmented reality interior design and room planning app especially for the new Magic Leap headset. “Wayfair Spaces”, as it’s called, acts as a virtual showroom for select pieces of the retailer’s furniture and home accessories collection. It is powered by Magic Leap’s spatial computing platform and available on the new Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset, which shipped this week. Users can access Wayfair Spaces from the comfort of their own home and browse through multiple, professionally curated rooms featuring a selection of home products from the company’s own 3D artists and stylists. Those 3D rendered interior spaces aim to inspire consumers to imagine the look and feel of the products. Favored elements can then be easily dragged-and-dropped using the Magic Leap handheld controller into the customer’s own home to visualize them more specifically. By then clicking on items in front of them, they can also view a more detailed description, read reviews and see the price.

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