September 27, 2018
Online shopping just got a whole lot more interesting with the implementation of AR Quick Look into our store's 3D product viewer. What does this mean for you? Well, quite simply you can see your product in 3D, rotate and view from all angles and then with the click of a button your chosen product magically appears in your own room, office, garden or wherever you choose so you can place the virtual product as a 3D object and see exactly how it will look in your own space!
Imagine being able to grab the product from the screen and then see it exactly as it would appear if it were already with you. You can place artwork, prints, canvases on the wall of your choice to see how they will look before you purchase them. How about those lovely designer cushions? Want to see how they will look on your own sofa and with other soft furnishings? All this is now possible, just look for the symbol on the product image (see below), click and view!
Browse for products, preview them in AR, and then buy with Apple Pay. All within Safari on iOS 12.
Now with iOS 12, AR can be experienced from the browser, no additional apps necessary.
You can even copy and share the AR image (USDZ file) in a message or email to another iOS user to view in their own living room!
Make sure you are running iOS12 on Safari browser to enable this feature.
Check back soon, we are continually developing new products and adding them to our 3D warehouse for you to be able to see and move around within your own home! It's exciting, innovative and a whole lot of fun! AR Quick Look - see it in action now at wizhez.com.
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