AR-Studio is an app developed by the German company to allow its users to superimpose over 2,000 Jung switches, sockets and lights into an interior space in real time.
Available for both tablets and smartphones, it allows users to view fixtures with different material finishes and from different angles to help them select the right product for a space.
AR-Studio is now viewable alongside the other Jung collections at the VDF products fair platform, which forms part of the Virtual Design Festival and offers brands an affordable way to showcase their products.
Plug & Light is a flexible lighting fixture that can be mounted to walls or ceilings and relies on magnetic LEDs that can be rotated, removed or replaced, while G + I is a power socket compatible with plug types from various geographies.
G + I was developed by Jung for use in places like hotels and restaurants to help international travellers charge their devices without needing to use adapters.
LS 1912 is a toggle switch designed as a nod to the year the company was founded, during which it first introduced the switch model as an alternative to traditional rotary fixtures.
The final collection on show is the A switch range that introduces two new minimalist frame designs, both aimed at contemporary interiors.
The new A collection switch frames, named A 550 and A Flow, can be fitted with various sockets and inserts for Jung's smart-home solutions.