Menu
Would you like to get notifications from Christian?

Disruptive Inspiration Daily

Ikea's New AI-powered AR Design Tool let You Erase All Your Ugly Furniture Before You Try Theirs

 

Ikea's New AI-powered AR Design Tool let You Erase All Your Ugly Furniture Before You Try Theirs

 

Go Digital

What happened? If you're anything like me, the thought of going to Ikea fills you with dread. It's always so crowded, and it's such a pain to try to find the right piece of furniture in that giant store. But now, thanks to their new AI-powered augmented reality app, you can virtually erase your existing furniture and try out all of their furniture before you even leave your house! Just open up the app, scan your room, and select the furniture you want to see. You can delete existing furniture and you can even change the color and style of the furniture to see what it would look like in your home. This is a great way to avoid making a mistake when buying furniture - no more ugly couches or beds!

 

 

Stay Human

Why is this important and how will it positively impact people and our planet? This app is important because it allows people to try out furniture before they buy it, which means they're less likely to make a mistake and end up with something they don't like. This is good for the environment because it means less furniture will be returned or thrown away, and it's also good for people because it saves them time and money.

 

What's next?

Ikea's new AR app is available now, and I highly recommend you check it out if you're considering buying any new furniture. It's a great way to avoid making a mistake, and it might just save you a trip to the store! Thanks for reading!


Author: Christian Kromme

First Appeared On: Disruptive Inspiration Daily

Disruptive Inspiration Daily

The latest disruptive trends with converging technologies that will change your life!

filter-icon

Filter topics

2030
3D
3D printing
3D scanning
5G
accountable
agriculture
Ai
algorithms
AR
architecture
art
augmentation
Augmented Intelligence
Augmented Reality
Automation and Autonomy
autonomous
avatar
Battery
Biomimicry
bitcoin
Blockchain
chip
communication
computing
concrete
consciousness
construction
Creativity and Productivity
crime
crypto
DAO
data
decentralised
deepmind
Democracy
design