Learn how to create an AR experience for your customers to visualize your furniture in the comfort of their homes using your brand's app.
furniture store use case

In this article, you'll learn how a fictitious furniture company named Enigmaa, uses Adobe Aero to create an immersive experience for their customers.

dimension

Create 3D content of the brand furniture such as tables, beds, sofas, and more using Adobe Dimension. To learn more on how to prepare assets using Dimension, see Prepare Dimension assets for Aero

Ensure that you save your assets to the cloud.

Create an image anchor using Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator. To learn more on how to optimize your digital asset for Aero, see prepare Photoshop assets for Aero or prepare Illustrator assets for Aero.

Ensure that you save your assets to the cloud.

photoshop asset
surface anchor

Open Aero and tap on Create new. Choose a well-lit space. and pan the device slowly for Aero to scan the surface and set a surface anchor. 

To learn more, see Scan a space and set a surface anchor.

 

 

Change the anchor type to image anchor by using the image anchor asset you have saved to the cloud.

To learn more, see Set an image anchor.

image anchor
import assets

Import digital assets of your furniture into Aero. To learn more, see Import assets into Aero.

Design the AR experience by placing the digital assets, editing the scene and adding interactivity. To learn more, see Place digital assets and edit scene and Add interactivity to digital assets.

Export your AR creation from Adobe Aero to Xcode and Reality Composer so that you can integrate your AR creation into the brand's app. To learn more, see Work with Xcode and Reality Composer.

export to xcode
final aero experience

Provide your customers with a printed copy of the image anchor and prompt them to install your brand's app. Provide them information about the triggers that have been set.

Your customers will follow the triggers and visualize your furniture in their own homes and make better decisions of choosing the right furniture for their spaces.

To learn more on how to view AR experiences, see View AR creations.

What's next?

We've got you covered on how to build an AR experience that will help your customers visualize your furniture in the comfort of their homes. To know more about Aero, see What is Adobe Aero.

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Don’t forget to showcase your work on Behance and seek inspiration from others' work as well.