EBay adds augmented reality via ARCore to help improve product sales and to clarify the costs of packaging and Shipping.
Been using the impact of the enhanced en via the many unique ways such as the experiments put the furniture in the house before purchase, which became the company IKEA of Sweden provided through the application of their labeled IKEA Place for Android devices, allowing App users to place furniture virtual in their homes under the category “try before buy”, as the company revealed a Overstock on the integration of their application with the technology ARCore, so that the integration lets users share “thousands” of furniture and carpets within their house through the phone’s camera.
Now, enter the e-commerce company eBay the A completely new feature, as the company is trying to using the augmented reality platform from Google ARCore on Android devices making it easier for users to help in the packaging and preparation of products sold better and easier.
In case you have sold something through eBay, it might be the first thing that comes in mind after the sales process is the question of how I’m going to ship these products, now, and across ARCore, the site eBay uses augmented reality to give users the relative size of the Fund you will need to ship products through.
To test it just point your mobile phone to the product you sell, to show the default square around that shows the size that you need, knowing that the funds used in their sizes to the sizes provided by the United States Postal Service USPS, so you will be able to get the size of the appropriate Fund accurately without the need to choose several boxes to find out the right ones.
This feature allows sellers to default to see whether the product fits with boxes shipped USPS the same price before choosing the Fund’s actual preparation of the products of the company, it is interesting that eBay requested this feature at first exclusively for Android devices, but it is intended to provide the same function within the iOS soon.
Although this feature won’t be used daily by many people, but it would undoubtedly be useful when you need it, and will not benefit only the pain, but also for buyers who want to see and learn how to calculate the shipping charge for the products they wish to purchase immediately.
Source: eBay uses augmented reality technology via ARCore