Visualize Cambria’s innovative designs in your own space through augmented reality. The Cambria AR app allows you to see the beauty of Cambria by virtually mapping your surface (e.g. countertop, kitchen island, vanity, desktop) and then overlaying Cambria designs.
Explore and share the timeless beauty of Cambria through four easy steps:
1. Scan your surface, such as a countertop or desktop
2. Mark each corner to outline the perimeter of your surface
3. Explore all of Cambria’s designs to see how they look in your space
4. Take photos of your favorite designs in your space and share your designer or builder
We have also made it easy to compare Cambria designs and share on social media for feedback from your friends and family. Simply share your favorite designs on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook and use the hashtag #MyCambria.
--- About Cambria ---
Cambria is the only family-owned, American-made producer of natural stone surfaces and the premier source for the most-expansive quartz palette in the world. Our focus on innovation allows us to create industry leading designs with exceptional depth and movement. View over 150 designs at CambriaUSA.com.
Bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Great idea and looks good when working. But it times out after about 30 seconds and you have to start all over again. Also doesn’t allow you to actually take pictures you just have to take screenshots. Could be so much better
Needs lots of work
The idea sounds promising, but I have a U-shaped counter and it just doesn’t seem to be able to understand the shape. Every time I try to setup the inside corners of the U, it reconnects lines and creates these abstract shapes. Tried the “cutout” feature thinking I could make a large square then “cut out” the inside of my U, but can’t get the shape to rotate or resize. Incredibly frustrating. Then I tried to simplify and do an “L,” can’t even get that to work. Inside corners throw it for a loop. Using iPhone 7 up to date with latest software. I notice all the example videos use simple rectangle shaped islands... would be nice if there were an example video for challenging shapes.
Works, but quits often
This app enabled us to get a pretty good idea of what our rectangular island would like like with a different countertop. The app is not perfect, but considering how seldom we will use it, most of the shortcomings are not a big deal. The most irritating thing was that the app would almost always quit after I photographed one option. Then I’d have to start over and rescan the counter etc. That said, the app is still useful.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.