Popping the question is nerve-wracking enough on its own, so getting the right wedding ring shouldn't be stressful as well, which is why Tryon.guru is creating 'Say Yes!' as an augmented reality wedding ring app for brides- and grooms-to-be. Using a smartphone camera, the app records its user's hand and digitally superimposes a wealth of wedding and engagement rings from hundreds of jewelry brands.
If the user is interested in a ring, they can add it to their wishlist and continue shopping. Users can eventually return to their wishlist, pick their favorite band and order it on the spot. The wedding ring app even uses its AR technology to size the ring, meaning that users can get exactly the ring they want without having to step inside a jewelry store.
'Say Yes!' Uses AR to Make Shopping for Wedding Rings Easier
1. Augmented Reality Shopping - There is an opportunity to disrupt traditional shopping experiences by using augmented reality technology to digitally superimpose products for a more immersive and convenient shopping experience.
2. Digitally Enhanced Wishlists - The integration of digital platforms and augmented reality can revolutionize the way consumers create and manage wishlists, making it easier for them to keep track of desired products.
3. AR Sizing Technology - Using augmented reality to accurately size and visualize products, such as wedding rings, can streamline the purchase process and eliminate the need for physical measurements.
1. Jewelry Retail - The jewelry retail industry can leverage augmented reality technology to enhance the shopping experience and attract tech-savvy customers.
2. E-commerce - The integration of augmented reality in e-commerce platforms opens up new possibilities for businesses to showcase and sell products in a more engaging and interactive way.
3. Virtual Try-on Solutions - Companies specializing in virtual try-on solutions have an opportunity to expand their offerings by developing augmented reality wedding ring apps that provide users with a realistic preview of the product on their hand.