The largest online furniture store of the Netherlands, fonQ, has digitized 400 pieces of its furniture in 3D, making shopping easier, more fun, and not to mention extra efficient during the corona pandemic. Via an app with augmented reality (AR), furniture can be viewed and adjusted (the color and material type) virtually at home, so that they are bought faster and returned less often. fonQ sees 16% more conversion for product pages with AR.
Brabantia has digitized 162 of its functional and beautiful kitchen accessories and household items so that customers can try the products at home via AR content and resellers can place them on their website. Whether through an advertisement in a magazine, a virtual fair or through one of the many web shops, the products can be admired in-house with a QR code and just one click.
ConfigWise digitised 50 houseplants to Augmented Reality for Intratuin. A customer can view the products in AR wherever they are. These plants can be rotated and placed. Once it's placed, customers can walk around it and view it from every angle.