Camera IQ: Utilize Augmented Reality (AR) To Create Virtual Product Try-Ons

Camera IQ, a no-code design platform for Augmented Reality (AR), has launched Virtual Try-On Composer, a state-of-the-art design tool that makes it quick and easy for brands in beauty, entertainment, retail, and other sectors to build innovative AR-based Virtual Try-On experiences. The new solution re-imagines AR commerce by enabling brands to digitize their products with true-to-life accuracy and realism while adding an array of branded elements and unique flourishes that engage and inspire consumers through

Customer-First E-Commerce: Smart Solutions for the One Thing You Can’t Afford To Get Wrong

The pandemic-era pivot toward e-commerce has come with shifted consumer expectations. Once a value-add, online offerings have now become a primary client touchpoint for most retail brands. And as the main funnel of customer interactions, the importance of virtual customer support is at an all time high. E-commerce customer service comes with new challenges and pressures. First, at-home customers are spending more time online before they make their purchase decisions. 81% of respondents researched their

How Might Augmented Reality Affect Influencer Marketing?

COVID-19 has changed the way we shop. With a pandemic raging outside, consumers are opting to stay in and purchase items online instead. That’s why consumers are tuning into influencers more and more for how-to videos on anything from trying on lipstick to playing our favorite video games. For more on the effect of the pandemic on influencer marketing and pricing, see our recent study.  But how does this work for those items that have to be seen

7 Examples that Prove How Powerful AR Is in Marketing

Can you imagine a bus stop that entertains you while waiting? It would make your day more fun, wouldn’t it? It would distract you from the stress imposed by daily chores. It would make you smile. Why can’t brands think of such creative ways to promote their products? Oh wait; they already did! Pepsi brought such an experience to London commuters back in 2014! The bus shelter launched people in a fun world of aliens,

What is Augmented Reality? How Is AR Being Deployed for Brands?

From a marketer’s point of view, I actually believe augmented reality has much more potential than with virtual reality. While virtual reality will allow us to experience a totally artificial experience, augmented reality will enhance and interact with the world we currently live in. We’ve shared before how AR may impact marketing, but I don’t believe we’ve fully explained augmented reality and provided examples. Key to the potential with marketing is the advancement of smartphone

Kaon AR: A B2B Augmented Reality Platform

Kaon Interactive is a provider of 3D interactive sales and marketing engagement applications. Available on the Kaon High Velocity Marketing Platform™, Kaon AR™ is the first B2B marketing application that enables companies to place a fully scaled 3D digital representation of their physical product in their customers’ actual environment. On Tango-enabled mobile devices, such as the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, users can explore product features, unique differentiators, and marketing messages, while demonstrating product workflow and process in simulated,

Augmented and Virtual Reality Will Be A Must in Commerce

When people ask me for predictions, I typically point them to someone else. I’m not much of a futurist, but I have a pretty good track record on seeing how technology advancements will impact buying behavior. One technology that I’ve been fairly quiet about has been augmented reality and virtual reality. It’s all cool, but I believe we’re still a few years away from practical use. If you’re a retail store, though, I’m going to