Colour goes 360 with Resene ColourVision

Partner content: The Resene ColourVision experience lets you change the colours on a virtual reality house.

Move from room to room and redecorate the walls and ceiling, and stain the floor with your favourite colours from the Resene colour range. And once you’ve finished decorating, you can relax and watch the paint fly with the ‘fun with paint’ feature.

It’s an easy, fun way to experiment with paint colours and see what a difference colour can make to a home.

Keep an eye out for Resene ColourVision headsets in selected Resene ColorShops and at selected events. Or if you have a VR headset with an android smartphone already, you can download and use the Resene ColourVision virtual reality experience yourself wherever you are.

Resene ColourVision on Google Play also works on Google Cardboard (slightly modified version without the ‘fun with paint’ video).

Resene ColourVision for iPhone is being developed for use once the new iPhone has been released later in 2017. 


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