Pair, the Largest Augmented Reality Home Furnishings & Design Platform Expands Offerings, Adds 1,500 New Products

Share Article

Augmented Reality startup Pair significantly expands their home furnishings and decor offerings, emphasizes design focus in new app update.

A Pair iPad user dragging furnishings they want to see into their home

View furnishings in real time at true scale with freedom to walk around

With more than 2,000 products now, Pair has the largest AR furnishings catalog available

Augmented Reality (AR) home design startup Pair recently updated their iPhone and iPad application to solidify the company’s design focus to their rapidly expanding user base.

The latest design expands Pair’s product line significantly, introducing over 1,500 new sofas, chairs, tables and area rugs. “Our updated design reinforces our core value of bringing the best design and shopping experience to consumers,” said Israel Medina, VP of business development. “With more than 2,000 products now, Pair has the largest AR furnishings catalog available. Over the coming months, our catalog will double as we bring on some of the biggest names in home furnishings.”

The demand for mobile AR is accelerating with the recent release of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro phone. Pair’s compatibility with the iPhone or iPad alone, sets it apart from other products hitting the market that require stand-alone phones and additional hardware. “We have always been committed to making these amazing experiences available to anyone with a standard smartphone, which is our technical focus and what really differentiates Pair in the field,” said Taylor Clark, Pair Chief Technology Officer.

Pair was recently highlighted when the team announced they had joined Batch 17 of the 500 Startups accelerator in Mountain View. “The 500 team is overwhelmingly supportive, and having a core of champions around the platform, and our continuing efforts to revolutionize how humans and computers interact is critical,” said CEO Andrew Kemendo.

About Pair: Pair uses proprietary Computer Vision and Augmented Reality technologies, to allow users to drag-and-drop 3D models of consumer furnishings into their home, walk around them as if they are real and purchase directly from the app, using only an iPhone or iPad.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Andrew Kemendo
+1 (202) 460-1684
Email >
since: 07/2015
Follow >
since: 08/2015
Like >
Visit website