Posted 20th April

Bathstore launches new augmented reality service

By KBBDaily on 20th April 2017 - 11:00am

Bathstore has launched a new augmented reality service, Bathroom viewAR, that has been developed in partnership with KBB CAD software specialist ArtiCAD.

The service is designed to let customers “virtually enter, walk around and explore bathroom designs”, allowing them to “fully visualise their ideas and concepts”, according to Bathstore. Customers can use a Bathroom viewAR-enabled tablet to explore designs and view 3D designs with the Pan360° room viewer.

“Bathroom viewAR is another example of Bathstore being at the forefront of innovation and design,” said Bathstore chief marketing officer Claire Bayliss. “We are always looking for new and exciting ways to make the customer experience easier and more immersive, from inspiration to installation, and viewAR is the next step in that journey.”

ArtiCAD managing director Richard Turner added: “Bathstore has consistently pushed the boundaries when it comes to adopting groundbreaking technologies, to give their customers the best possible experience. This is the beginning of a new and very exciting era for interiors visualisation and it is fitting that Bathstore is leading the way."


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