Customers may visualize furniture in their homes using 3D models thanks to IKEA and Google's partnership.

To create an immersive shopping experience, the cooperation will employ Google's ARCore technology with IKEA's 3D models.

By allowing clients to view how furniture will appear in their house before making a purchase, this technology will lower return rates.

The Google search engine will feature 3D models, making it simpler for users to locate what they're looking for.

Customers will be able to visualize complete rooms by mixing and matching furniture in the virtual furniture store.

Customers will have a more convenient shopping experience thanks to the agreement because they can make purchases straight through Google.

By putting the showroom right into the clients' homes, this technology will also enable IKEA to reduce the expenses associated with leasing showroom space.

Customers will be able to stay up to speed on the newest IKEA furniture collections thanks to the 3D models' ongoing updating.

IKEA and Google's collaboration demonstrates how technology may improve the retail shopping experience.

IKEA is advancing the future of furniture purchasing with this innovative technology by giving customers an engaging and practical method to shop for furniture.