Developed for use on both tablets and smartphones, the app is intended as a planning tool for architects, planners and property owners.
Users can superimpose models of over 2,000 of the brand's switches, lights and sockets on a wall by placing a sticker, named a Jung Experience Marker, at the fixture's desired location.
Viewing this marker through the app then produces a virtual version of the fixture in its place, and allows users to see it with different material finishes and from various angles in live-time.
The AR-Studio app is available in German and English and free to download via mobile app stores.
"The new Jung AR-Studio app is a creative planning tool enabling builders, planners, architects and principals to better visualise their ideas and to realise and configure them in augmented reality scenarios," said the German building-technology supplier.
"Surfaces, materials and colours can be seen like real photos anytime, everywhere and Jung products and solutions can be depicted and positioned virtually in space."