3. Point your device toward the area you want
to place the product and tap the screen.
Try it with a tap
Surprise and delight shoppers with a new and engaging way to educate them about your product, how it works and how it looks in their own home.
Shop with confidence
Allow shoppers to check out your products and share ideas with friends and family via WhatsApp, Facebook, or by uploading to Instagram, with the hashtag #pointandplace and share your product with the world!
More every day
We not only dedicate significant technical time, cost, and focus on developing the Shopping Platform on your behalf, but also produce and host all your AR product experiences too.
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Once you add the code, the Point & Place icon will appear next to all products that we have AR models available for. The shopper downloads the Point & Place Shopping Platform, clicks the logo on the product page and the AR experience is delivered.
Once you add the code, the Point & Place icon will appear next to all products that we have AR models available for. When the shopper scrolls over the icon, a popup will appear telling them how to download the App and view the product.
Every box in-store is shipped with a barcode printed on it.
Enable your shopper to access the AR experience by asking your brand, or merchandising partner, to add the sticker to all participating Brand boxes.
Staff across the Currys PC World store estate are being issued with tablets to help them assist customers with researching products in store. The tablets give staff access to a cut-down version of the retailer’s consumer-facing website with functionality that will help them when talking to customers. Read more
London, UK, 26th September – Point & Place, the AR Shopping Platform for retailers and brands, won the 'Best Use of Multichannel' award at the prestigious London eCommerce Awards event. The award was for the deployment of Point & Place on the Currys.co.uk website, the UK’s largest online electricals retailer. Read more
Currys PC World has rolled out an augmented reality (AR) app called Point and Place to help convert customers who are thinking of buying a big ticket item. Shoppers who are considering buying a fridge or a television can use their smartphones to virtually “see” the products in their own homes. Speaking to Essential Retail earlier this year, head of technology at parent company Dixons Carphone Kash Ghedia, said AR has the potential to completely change the way consumers shop. Read more
With the rise of augmented reality (AR) one of the earliest use cases for the technology on an enterprise level for consumers was through retail, with companies like IKEA creating apps that would allow customers to place items digitally in their own home. Now British technology retailer Currys PC World is trying the very same thing with its new Point and Place AR Shopping Platform for Apple devices. Read more
Electricals retailer Currys PC World has become the latest retailer to launch an Augmented Reality (AR) Shopping Platform that allows its customers to visualise more than 800 products – from fridges to televisions and printers – in their home. Read more
EyeKandy, a global leader in A-Commerce, today announced the launch of a global sales partnership with Flixmedia, the dominant content provider to the world's biggest brands and retailers. The Point & Place Augmented Reality (AR) Platform developed by EyeKandy has already been adopted as the turnkey AR platform by numerous retailers, including Walmart, Curry's and Euronics.