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$10m raised for business to continue improvements

US-based tech company Decor Matters, which uses augmented reality and artificial intelligence to assist interior designers, has raised $10 million to continue with technology improvements.

“With the new funding, DecorMatters is advancing our AI and data technology to deeper and wider ranges to build an even more enjoyable experience including trend discovery and furniture shopping for our users,” said Farris Wu, DecorMatters co-founder and CEO.

Using the app’s technology, designers can help furniture shoppers make home renovations easier by seeing what their spaces will look like with furniture from retailers including Pier One, Overstock and Wayfair, among others.

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