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Are you decorating your home and are you wondering if that piece of furniture that you like so much will be nice in your living room? Try it directly using your phone!
Sayduck is an app of augmented reality that let you visualize 3D furniture and accessories right in your home.
You have just to download the free app (available for iPhone/iPad and Android) and have some fun!
There are several things we would like to change during this home restyling. Being able to view them at my house, playing changing furniture and seeing them in 3D is really helping us to understand if it is better one thing or the other.
You do not even need to move your furniture, those in augmented reality will be visualize on your own, so it will be easy to imagine the final result.
Sayduck collaborates with Archiproducts offering you more than 5,000 furniture organized into categories: sofas, armchairs, lamps, chairs, accessories, rugs, storage cabinets… among the most famous design brands such as Flos, Vitra, Artek, Cassina, Artemide, Zanotta , Knoll, Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Louis Poulsen, Magis, Arper, Bang Olufsen, Muuto, Normann Copenhagen… You can make a list of your favorites and then have fun placing them.
Using the camera of your phone the app scans the space and visualize the furniture you want. If you move, you can look at the object in all its parts and in the 3 dimensions! Really impressive, it’s like having it in front of you! You can also take pictures so you can think about it or send it to your friends for advice and feedback!
Once you decide for the item you like you can buy it online.
Among the things we want to change at home, there is the TV sideboard, I did not think but it’s really difficult to find one that we like! Playing with Nordic style models was a great help!
I also tried armchairs, lamps, chairs, carpet… a nice (and fun!) way to get an idea of what we like and how it would be in our house!
I know it seems impossible to believe, they look like real photos but I assure you that it is all thanks to the augmented reality!
Try the app: seeing is believing!