Reality is what you make of it? Well - this doesn’t always mean adding some stuff. Wouldn’t you sometimes like to “photoshop” things out of your life? Then we are talking about Diminished Reality already.
Unlike Augmented Reality, in which virtual objects are added to the user's environment, Diminished Reality removes components of reality from the viewer's perspective. Based on computer vision techniques, unwanted image elements are detected and replaced by other image elements, creating an overall plausible and consistent impression for the viewer.
ATLANTIS: Designing living spaces with Augmented and Diminished Reality
Together with an international team, Roomle is working on the ATLANTIS research project to develop an innovative authoring tool. It will permanently change the way we design our living spaces. We asked project coordinator Georg Thallinger, from JOANNEUM RESEARCH, to give us a little update.
Making e-commerce projects successful & future-proof: Kosmonaut becomes Roomle Partner
Selling complex, customizable products online is a challenge - even for the clients of e-commerce agency Kosmonaut. The Roomle Rubens Configurator solves this problem and takes visual product configuration to a whole new level. In the future, the two companies want to work more closely together to make e-commerce projects successful and scalable.
With optimal presentation options in the digital space and easily configurable products.
Two O's are good, five are better: Roomle, market leader in the display and configuration of digital products, and rooom AG, market leader in leading complete solutions for virtual events and showrooms in 3D, are working together on a virtual trade fair concept with configurable products. The goal is to combine virtual trade shows with digital 3D sales.
ATLANTIS: Authoring tool for indoor augmented and diminished reality experiences.
The ATLANTIS project aims to develop an authoring tool that can be used by interior designers and sales professionals as well as private users. This is made possible by the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies for the automatic determination of the room layout and the recognition and segmentation of objects in the room. With ATLANTIS, users can also visually remove real objects in the scene with the help of the Diminished Reality (DR) technology, for example to replace them by computer generated objects.
Roomle launches self-service for digital 3D/AR products
Boost your online sales within minutes
From now on, anyone - even without coding knowledge - can digitise their products in 3D & AR and integrate them into all desired channels at the touch of a button. This increases the quality and efficiency of your online shop and raises the probability of your products being purchased. Roomle, known for modular and structural 3D configurations that can be produced directly on demand, starts with a self-service for digital products.
The first open full logic 3D product configurator
In the era of the Internet, the digital visualization of products is becoming increasingly important for market success. Product configurators are becoming more and more important for both - B2C and B2B. With the Roomle Rubens Configurator, Roomle is now setting a new standard worldwide: It is the first open 3D configurator capable of showing digital product models complete with all their logic and extensive interfaces. Choose from four levels offering progressively more functionality to match the type and complexity of the project, the level of digitisation required, and either self-service or with support. Whatever level of configuration you need, the right option is available, on a customer-specific basis.
Being able to thoroughly inspect a product before buying - without leaving the house? 3D visualization makes it possible. This new e-commerce trend is the bridge between physical shops and online retailers - and goes even further than that. How does it work and in what ways will this novel technology shape the digital market place?
Intelligent, modular configuration - mobile and desktop
Roomle worked closely with its customers, gathering ideas and incorporating improvements into the new configurator. The result: a smart configurator interface with numerous options that makes configuration with all parameters and structural elements even easier and more structured, while adapting to the needs of the user. The highlight: the configurator works perfectly both on the go and on the desktop.
Adding a personal design touch to a piece of furniture and previewing the effect in your own home environment is now totally easy: Roomle delves into personalization, customization and configuration of industrial products, introducing a novel 3-D configurator based on the enormously popular Roomle Planner for iPad, iPhone and web. It works real-time and in 3-D on every channel. From now on, the new technology is available for all online shops.