Smart Interior Designing Application Using VR
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Keywords:Interior Designing, Virtual Reality, Oculus Quest, User Interface
This research project aims to design and develop a 3D interior designing application to provide a virtual experience to users in which they can visualize a standard home (sample space) and do interior designing. Users can interact with four main interior design modules i.e., Furniture, Tiles, Paints and Customization (Mix and Match). Users will be able to experience it on two different platforms, which are the desktop and the VR version. Its primary purpose is to display interior design products with complete context, unlike stores where small samples are displayed. This will help customers to make a better buying decision when it comes to design and decorate their homes.
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