Virtual Worlds, the interactive design software specialist, has welcomed JJO Bathrooms to its growing list of manufacturers available on its leading 3D and 4D design software, including 4D Theatre, which brings a new level of spatial awareness and immersion to the kbb industry.
Now all Virtual Worlds retailers will be able to include JJO Bathroom furniture within their interactive simulations. The deal will see catalogue updates across all Virtual Worlds platforms, including its Professional 3D Design software, Virtual Worlds 4D and 4D Theatre.
Virtual Worlds’ cutting-edge virtual reality and CAD design technology will take the JJO Bathroom furniture range to a new dimension by delivering a high quality, fully immersive and interactive buying experience to retailers. With 4D Theatre customers can step into the design and explore their dream bathroom, containing the JJO furniture of their choice.
Paul Thorpe, head of bathrooms at JJO, explains: “It is difficult for retailers to show all the options and finishes available in the JJO range and Virtual Worlds software, particularly 4D theatre, enables them to really envisage how the product will look in their own bathroom. JJO bathroom furniture represents great value for money, having consumers interacting is the key to providing the right solution for their own personal needs.”
“As the market leader we felt that we were missing a portion of the market by not working with Virtual Worlds and we are looking forward to seeing growth with our bathroom products through our mutual collaboration.”
Virtual Worlds Managing Director, Nathan MacLean, said: “Our design technology is playing an increasingly important part in the retail dynamic of the KBB world, providing an immersive planning experience where consumers are able to try before they buy.
“It is therefore important for us to continue to increase our manufacturer portfolio to ensure consumers have a wide product choice available to them and we are delighted to welcome JJO Bathrooms on board.”
For more information on Virtual Worlds, please visit www.virtualworlds.co.uk