Kitchen design app: Multitap’s Augmented Reality tool


Augmented Reality has made leaps and bounds across industries, hobbies and cultures, but thanks to a new Kitchen design app for InSinkErator’s Multitap 3N1TM, AR has finally emerged in the kitchen – in a big way

The new app, by InSinkErator, uses Augmented Reality (or “AR”) technology to help you explore how the Multitap would look in your home. Once you download the app, all you have to do is choose the surface you’d like to picture your tap on and then switch between styles to see which best suits your home.

How to Use the multitap app from Digital White Space on Vimeo.

Available in both matt black and chrome finishes in a range of styles, the Multitap 3N1 is the perfect addition to any space, and as you’ll see from the app, provides the perfect way to add a touch of ultra-modern style to any space.

The Complete Home Team verdict

It is always so exciting to see the world of renovation planning head in new directions – and Augmented Reality is such a versatile and useful way to plan a renovation. Tools like these allow you to distinctly visualise how you can bring your dream to life.

Kitchen design app: Multitap's Augmented reality tool

InSinkerator’s offering here for the Multitap 3N1 is the perfect way to demonstrate to yourself how the tap will look in your kitchen, which is a big incentive when it comes to making your choice, as well as a stand-out feature when compared with the competition.

This kitchen design app is a must-have for anyone looking to update their kitchen, but with the confidence of knowing how the outcome will look before you’ve even started.

Kitchen design app: Multitap's Augmented reality tool

To read more about the Multitap Augmented Reality kitchen design app, visit the Multitap microsite.

Download the app here on the Google Play store or on the Apple store.

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