IKEA joins the artificial intelligence fever. Your new application, IKEA is creative allows us to design the rooms of our house with an impressive level of precision. We point with our mobile and the tool will generate a virtual copy that we can edit adding the furniture and elements that we want.
The new application is available for Android and iOS, as well as through the Internet. It’s free and the truth is that it works very well.
Allow creative Scan a room with the mobile camera and create a virtual copy. There is also the option to choose up to 50 predetermined spaces, from the living room to different types of rooms, but undoubtedly the most interesting aspect of the AI is the option to create a copy of each area of ours. house
Our room design in detail
The IKEA Kreativ proposal is that once we have a copy of our room, we can move, eliminate and design each space in maximum detail. There are up to 3,000 elements that we can incorporate including all the furniture, decorations, rugs and accessories that the big surface offers.
Logically, the designs that we like can be saved in the application and added to the cart.
If, for example, we take a picture of our room full of clothes and furniture here and there. The application identifies them thanks to the AI and allow us to easily eliminate what remains. Whether it’s clothes, a nightstand or an oversized closet.
IKEA has gone over the years to improve its tools in the design of the home from the mobile. After introducing 3D graphics and augmented reality, it now adds AI to a huge growth in usage. From the recognition of objects to set how it would look.
The idea of using artificial intelligence to see how the floor would look is not new. At the end of last year we told you how Interior AI works, a website to apply all kinds of styles to our home. yes ok IKEA Kreativ goes several steps further from being able to apply it to our home by choosing each piece of furniture.
If you are thinking about how to adapt your home, we recommend that you play for a while with this new tool. Little by little, AI is spreading everywhere. And it was already rare that a company like IKEA let the opportunity slip away.