With the Covid pandemic taking down every physical market in 2020-2021, made people terrified of going out. The pandemic created a problem for stores that couldn’t go online and create websites that incorporated Virtual reality into it. The markets, however, through the disadvantages of Covid, were able to make a comeback through the integration of Artificial reality.
AR is not just a Global Exclusive anymore
An application created by Arer Corporation, a company specializing in AR & MR interfaces, has started, enabling consumers to envision the particular furniture they could be interested in purchasing. Arer not only focuses exclusively at end users but also on retailers that specialize in the products in question. Arer works with these businesses to develop an app for measuring room size, and customers may subscribe to Arer’s services monthly.
Adapt to Survive or Stay Old and Obsolete
Pakistan hasn’t always been the fastest trend adapter with countries already using AR and VR for online facilities. But now, we have artificial reality-based furniture stores. Yes, customers can now use their phones, laptop, and tablets to select furniture. They can also receive the option to view it in both 360 and “In-Person” view modes.
The method works by first using a 3D forensics scanner to analyze the object and make a mesh design. The model then goes into layering with textures and structures. And afterwards, the final product is uploaded onto a cloud server. So, when a customer accesses the item, the system streams the data to his phone, giving the AR experience of physical observation of the object.
This integration of AR has shown how Pakistan is adapting to the rise and changes in new technologies. Users from Pakistan will be able to enjoy the luxuries of other countries as well.