See and compare how hundreds of electrical accessories will look in your living space with an imaginative home renovation application.
May 27th, 2014
The Clipsal iSelect application can be used to easily find the right electrical accessories for a new home or renovation. Imagine how helpful it would be to see and compare how thousands of electrical accessories will look in the home, before making a purchase.
The iPad app allows you to choose from a selection of photographs of rooms built directly into the app, or use your own photos and then select, place, move and resize a huge range of products from Clipsal by Schneider Electric, to see how they would look in the home.
You can then get more information and close up views of products that take your fancy, or view the selections in real time, in 3D, using the Real Time Visualiser. The app allows you to create multiple projects and rooms so that you can directly compare and contrast different looks, and you can even share images of the rooms with clients, family and friends via Facebook. An itemised list of the chosen products can also be created; perfect to show a builder or electrician so that the work can begin.
Easy and fun to use, Clipsal iSelect is the essential iPad app for those planning to build or renovate. And, it is completely free to download.
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