Digital interior design is on the rise, according to Architecture Digest’s, “10 Renovation Trends You’ll be Seeing a Lot of in 2022.” It was trending even before social distancing and working from home became the norm after the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. In 2022, the industry is shifting towards newer technologies such as virtual staging, furniture shopping with 3D models and implementing artificial intelligence products for school, work and to make our homes smarter.
RICOH360 Tours, a service of RICOH Company Ltd, a 360° virtual tour solution, launched AI Virtual Staging last July. The new feature automatically arranges virtual furniture on 360° images in vacant rooms using Artificial Intelligence.
Viewers experience a realistic tour of properties they are interested in. Virtual furniture and accessories are automatically arranged by AI on 360° images in vacant rooms to make the space more attractive. Visitors will be able to visualize themselves living in the home, so it aids in selling properties faster. Furthermore, RICOH’s AI technology enables virtual staging of properties with furniture within 10 – 60 minutes.
RICOH360 Tours virtual staging reduces the time, cost and effort required to stage a home.