Apple’s significant advances in the field of augmented reality with itsgame-changing technology that has the potential to alter how users interact with the physical world through the lens of their smartphones.
Furniture is the most popular category in which US consumers want to shop using augmented reality (60 percent of those surveyed). This is because they want to see how the furniture will look in their home before purchasing it.
The retail experience is about to become incredibly engaging and immersive. Digital worlds will become the ultimate shopping destinations as brands and merchants embrace the metaverse.
Virtual try-on technologies, virtual fitting rooms, virtual makeover artists, and even virtual apparel are examples of augmented reality in the fashion industry.
Top fashion brands are engaging customers with newfound innovations, ranging from immersive animated designs being introduced in retail stores to revolutionary virtual experiences for customers right in their homes.
AR is without a doubt the future of e-commerce. Many businesses are already utilising augmented reality, and retail is expected to account for 5% of AR usage by 2022. Retailers can increase conversions by 40% using Tulfa’s Augmented Reality. This promotes business growth and results in more customers for your company.
A new Pinterest feature called augmented reality (AR) will allow users to see how furniture or other home décor items would look in their own homes. Similar technology has already been used by major retailers such as Amazon, IKEA, and Wayfair, as well as other players in the home design industry such as Houzz.
Since the concept of the metaverse was first coined by the likes of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and other tech luminaries such as Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin, the concept of digital collectibles has evolved into the blockchain market which is now a thriving industry in itself.