IKEA Kreativ is the new app from the furniture company that allows you to scan a room and use AI to remove items or combine furniture.
AI is being integrated into all walks of life. In fact, over the past few weeks we’ve seen different companies come up with different uses for AI, and just today, IKEA adds to the use of Artificial Intelligence to ensure that users can have a better idea when it comes to seeing how the furniture looks in their home.
It is not something new for IKEA and, until now, AR or Augmented Reality technology was used to offer this idea to users. Now the situation has changed since what can be seen is that the new Kreativ application uses AI to make the immersion and, above all, compression of the dimensions even better.
IKEA Creative It can be tested on both Android and iOS, and even via the web. Of course, it makes much more sense if it is used from a mobile device since it will allow the room to be scanned in a simpler and more intuitive way. Yes, you will need to scan the room for the app to work.
After having scanned it, what the IKEA Kreativ application will do is create a virtual model of this room. In this model, replicated with surprising precision, it will be possible to test the different furniture or elements that you want to integrate into the room. In addition, the AI will help to create different copies of the rooms in the home.
IKEA Kreativ is IKEA’s AI app for testing furniture and elements
The application has a huge number of elements that can be integrated into the room in order to test how they look. The figure that IKEA predisposes is 3,000 different pieces of furniture of all kinds and, of course, design or aesthetic accessories that adore the room apart from offering some utility.
In general, the use of the app is very simple. Also, you won’t have to organize and clean your room in order for the app to understand the objects and elements that are inside. In fact, the app itself will identify elements such as clothing and then eliminate them so that they are not registered within the room.
It is interesting to see the application of AI in something as practical as an app to test how a piece of furniture will look in your room. This may be one of the greatest benefits for people. Now it will be necessary to see if users use the app when they want to buy something at IKEA.