At the 2019 conference, the search engine giant announced that it would add augmented reality objects to the search. Now, behold, Google has several 3D animals that are easily available.
3D animals are already on Google and could be your living room!
It is true that they are usually more hidden. However, they are easily available and are based on Google's philosophy that the simplest way to learn about something is to observe. Especially if augmented reality is involved. In fact, in this way, we are able to perceive some details that a simple image does not reveal.
For easy access, Google places your animals in 3D and other augmented reality objects at the top of the search. For example, searching for "tiger" shows a Google search knowledge panel. These panels are usually intended for films, celebrities and other subjects. In the case of a 3D animal, we have an overview of it, some images or a section that says "Meet a tiger in full size" and a "3D View" button. This button starts the augmented reality experience.
Google’s 3D animals are different across devices. Normally, we can't see augmented reality or 3D objects on a computer or laptop. Instead, you need a compatible smartphone to view these objects.
The good news? The most modern smartphones support all of this! So and if you want to experience this type of visualization, you need a few things.
An Android smartphone or tablet with version 7.0 or higher. Or an iPad or an iPhone with iOS 11 or higher.
That is, all new smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, S10, S20, Note 8/9/10, any Google Pixel smartphone and other Huawei Android devices and other brands, support this feature. As for Apple devices, iPhone 6S, 7, 8, X and 11 are supported, as are most iPads.
In fact, it is a very interesting experience, especially if you have children. Taking advantage of this quarantine period is the idea to do with your child.
There is also another interesting detail. It is that in addition to seeing the animal on the smartphone with the help of augmented reality we can see it in our room.
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