Try before you buy
The virtual door models can be individually looked at from all sides. Via touch, the user can also select another model.
There is seamless interplay between the HTML microsite and the parts of the app that were natively programmed in C#, Java or ObjC.
The mobile app for iOS and Android should be as easy to handle and user-friendly as possible.
Vuforia, Firebase, Java, ObjC, JS, C#, HTML5, CSS3, Photoshop, 3dsMax, Dreamweaver, Xcode, Android Studio, Unity3d, Muse, Excel
End-consumer, potential purchasers of a door, field sales representatives from the customer, specialist shops
Excel, sketches, texts, UI buttons, CI Herholz:
Using technical drawings and high-resolution photo material, first a high- and low-poly 3D-model was modeled for each individual product. Afterwards came texture, lighting, renderings, an export for additional use in the app, and compression for mobile devices.
The design of the microsite and the user interface follows the corporate design of the Herholz brand, especially in terms of colors and fonts.
In order to avoid sticky app performance, I worked on finding the right balance between low-res textures and good visual quality, low-poly 3D models.
Layout of a ContextCard for scanning, design according to the corporate design of the brand, DIN A4 format, with clear contrasts.
With the help of a simple slider, the user can adjust the lighting of the model so that the white shades of the virtual model match the lighting situation of the real room.
Augmented-Reality Plugin: Vuforia
Development in C#, Java, ObjC,