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Panasonic iPhone App helps you select TV-size

04 May 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Have you tried to figure out what size TV you need for your wall or TV furniture? With Panasonic’s new iPhone App called Viera AR Setup Simulator you can use your iPhone camera and augmented reality to find out.

Find the right size TV

When looking for a new TV it is often hard to decide on which size to go with. You might also want to know if it fits into your furniture or how good it looks on the wall. Panasonic would like to help answering those questions with a new iPhone App.

Panasonic’s iPhone App can help you choose the right TV size
Panasonic’s iPhone App can help you choose the right TV size


With a new iPhone App Panasonic utilizes the iPhone’s camera and an added augmented reality layer. This basically means that you point the camera in the direction you want and the App will place the TV in the picture (you need to put down a small piece of paper on the location). That way you can see the TV in your living room and decide on which size you want.

Panasonic’s iPhone App can help you choose the right TV size
Panasonic’s iPhone App can help you choose the right TV size


See how it works in the video below.


The App is free. No other TV manufacture has a similar solution at the moment. You can try it for yourself by searching for Panasonic VIERA AR Setup Simulator in the Apple App Store or use this link to iTunes.



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