The problem with online is that we humans have evolved in a way that we purchase things later first we picture them. When we physically shop, we see the product and imagine it in an hour’s home before purchasing it. Some products need to be tried before purchasing. To overcome this issue the E-commerce platforms started to try a new concept that is called augmented reality. In augmented reality, a computer image is placed in the real world three-dimensionally to provide a better understanding of whether the product is suitable or not.
AR Technology witnessed a boom in 2020 when the pandemic hit the world and the entire world shifted online for their day-to-day shopping. There exist several AR tools, but their accuracy level is not that high.
Recently The Tech Giant Adobe introduced an augmented reality tool for E-commerce Platforms. Consumers may point their phone at a product image on an e-commerce site and see it reproduced three-dimensionally in their living room. Adobe claims that its AR solution stands out from the competition because of its real size accuracy and the ability to combine various goods into a single view. The product is still in its testing phase and has not yet been released for retailers. This week adobe summit took place in which the product was unveiled. The company’s research scientist Chang Xiao who is also the creator of this AR tool said that several of the AR solutions now commercially available only give guesstimates of the product’s size. Adobe’s hidden marker code placed inside the photographs will carry dimensions data, which its computer vision algorithms can interpret into more accurately proportioned projections.
He further said that for e-commerce sites that use Adobe’s Technology, customers can mix and match products between these sites.
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