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Online Wayfair Shoppers Can Imagine Furniture In Their Home In 3D

The furniture retailer is enabling improved online home goods shopping through its implementation of a spatial-computing browser, letting shoppers point and click to trial items


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January 16, 2019 | New York City

Peter is the founder and CEO of Bug Labs, the developer of a suite of open-source software products to increase the productivity and functionality of connected devices. Bug Labs’ flagship product “freeboard™” is a cloud-based “Internet of Things” development platform that lets businesses easily incorporate new digital services to their connected products. Through Bug Labs’ services, businesses eliminate time spent testing and adjusting prototypes as further iterations are done with more useful user data. Peter is also a founding member of the growing open-source hardware movement that encourages the sharing of design specifications so that hardware can be recreated by others. Prior to starting Bug Labs, Peter founded and served as CEO of Antenna Software, which grew to become one of the largest mobile enterprise software companies in the U.S. Peter received his BA in economics from Brown University. Check out his exclusive interview with PSFK & HP/HP Matter here!

Ideas We Are Tracking

Harnessing power of Magic Leap, Wayfair allows users to test furnishings in their living spaces as 3D products
The number of renters in the U.S. grew faster between 2005 and 2015—from 9 million to 43 million families—than in any other 10-year period
IKEA opens first store in India complete with 1,000-seater restaurant offering shoppers vegetarian options
Flipkart launches second loyalty program to compete with Amazon Prime, offering faster and free delivery, early access to sales and better customer support
Overstock.com to launch real estate platform, giving landlords and tenants a portal for renting, buying and managing real estate all in one place
About 15% U.S. furniture sales now occur online
With Lay-Z-Boy’s purchase of Joybird, the furniture brand is looking to appeal to younger consumers
Globally, Amazon accounted for slightly more than 60% of smart speaker shipments; Google accounted for 31%
Alliance Residential Company releases smart home package across more than 25,000 luxury apartments in partnership with Google
Voice assistant use is anticipated to grow by 1000% by 2023
Bose ventures into the world of sleep, with noise-masking headphones
BMW and Baidu Internet of Vehicles link up on home-to-vehicle cooperation
Target debuts ‘Made By Design’ home decor line targeted at millennials
43% of people have at least one smart product in their home, up from 27% last year

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