Myty is augmented reality mobile app for interior design. Myty app allows users to try out furniture products from different furniture brands at their own home. Augmented reality technology enables 3D models blend with real environment, so users can get an idea how particular furniture piece would look like in their own space, before they decide to buy it. App also has an option to create an entire new room from scratch, to get an idea for redecorating. Myty is designed for interior designers, architects and all those who enjoy beautiful home décor ideas.
David Adjaye | Inspiration Posts | taught at the Royal College of Art, where he had previously studied, and at the Architectural Association School in London, and has held distinguished professorships at the universities of Pennsylvania, Harvard and Princeton. He co-presented two six-part series of Dreamspaces, on modern architecture (BBC television, 2002 and 2003), and interviewed the eminent architects Oscar Niemeyer and Charles Correa (BBC radio, 2004 and 2005). In June 2005 he presented the BBC documentary film Building Africa: The architecture of a continent. The material from Adjaye’s ten-year study of the capital cities of Africa was shown in Urban Africa, an exhibition at the Design Museum, London (2010) and published as African Metropolitan Architecture (New York, 2011, and as Adjaye Africa Architecture, London, 2011). He was the artistic director of GEO-graphics: A map of art practices in Africa, past and present, a major exhibition at the Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (2010). The last exhibition of his architectural work, David Adjaye: Output, was held at Gallery MA, Tokyo...