Mobile Application Uses Augmented Reality to Make Color Selections

The ColorSnap Visualizer app allows customers to use augmented reality to make color selections.
The ColorSnap Visualizer app allows customers to use augmented reality to make color selections.

Sherwin-Williams has introduced the ColorSnap Visualizer app which allows customers to use augmented reality to make color selections. The Instant Paint feature of the app is available for iPhone and Android.

With Instant Paint, smartphone cameras recognize walls in a three-dimensional space. Customers tap on any wall in their camera view to try on and see any of Sherwin-Williams 1,500 colors on walls in real time.

Users can try different color options, create custom palettes and share results in a variety of ways. ColorSnap Visualizer continues to help customers get the right color on walls.

Instant Paint is part of the English version of the ColorSnap Visualizer mobile app. It is available for North American customers with an iPhone 6s or newer running iOS 11, or Android users with AR-compatible smartphones. Customers with earlier devices can still see how a color will look in their space by uploading a photo of the space and digitally painting the walls.

The ColorSnap Visualizer app is available from the Apple and Google App Stores. For more information about Instant Paint and the ColorSnap Visualizer app, visit online.

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