The result is a 3D image that gives the perception of depth by not being directly under your feet (like a sticker or painting would), and which is impervious to all sorts of damage that would usually affect floor decorations. It’s also easy to clean!
According to Imperial Interiors, although this technology was first used in malls and other public places, it can be easily used in any home. And while the most popular use seems to be in bathrooms, the 3D floor can can also be used in theliving room or elsewhere. Such floors give the impression of space to apartments of somewhat limited size.
Not to mention that makes it look like you’re living under the deck of a glass-bottom ship.