Simplicity is something which is much appreciated by the majority of the world. And when it comes to technology, it needs to be something which can thump its impression and should excite the onlooker in the very first go. Attempting to enter the zone where technology is yet to pave a visit can come as a boon for it to be sustained and mature with time in the coming age of techno world.
The Indian textiles industry, currently estimated at around US$ 120 billion, is expected to reach US$ 230 billion by 2020. The textiles sector has witnessed a spurt in investment during the last five years. Keeping the stats in check and the pace with which the industry is burying much deeper roots by spreading its branches towards ever advancing technology, 3D Showroom will turn out to be an highly appreciated asset in the near future.
A quick look at the 3D showroom:
3D showroom comes more as a boon in the world of technology to give its user an opportunity to utilize virtual reality to help ease his/her shopping experience.
Feeling the fabric is a thing. Experiencing it on the product of your choice is another. Doing the former is much of a simpler task but the latter one is more of time consuming. This is where 3D Showroom firmly holds a role to be played.
Let me give you an example. You wish to design and furnish your house as per your own requirements and not seek help from any expert in the same reference. You can do that any day using the 3D Showroom where you can visualize the look of your favorite fabric draped on the object you wish to. It could be your wallpaper, your curtains, floor mats, floor carpet, sofa set, cushion covers and much more.
You can do the same in case of an apparel. It could be a trouser, a shirt, a jacket, a suit. All you need to do is just select the apparel of your choice, select a fabric and witness a realistic 3D view of how the look will appear in real. All this could be done with a few mouse clicks, and there you go with the look of everything you desire using Augmented Reality.