In Europe, the augmented reality of Google search offers more and more options. Already at the start of the year, we saw how it allowed us to show 3D animals in the middle of our room directly from Google search.
This feature has spread to more and more areas, allowing dinosaurs or even fictional characters like Baby Yoda to be seen when searching. Google is starting to roll out a new feature which, while not so fun, can be quite handy.
Life-size augmented reality cars
Although Google announced this feature some time ago, it wasn’t until today that it started rolling out it to everyone. Similar to the rest of the experiences available, both from the Google app and in web search.
Google has added more than 250 cars to its search engine, some of which are rendered in Google’s cloud for, according to Rajan patel (VP of Engineering at Google), to provide the most photorealistic experience possible.
To do this, it is necessary to have an ARCore compatible mobile and to search for one of the available models (in our case, we tested it with the Volvo XC40 Recharge). In Google search, the button will appear Far and 3d that we will have to squeeze.
Once we press, we can see the car in three dimensions. If we press See in your space
On Android, we launched our first cloud-delivered 3D content in search, allowing users to see cars in high fidelity and with a set of cinematic 3D backgrounds to achieve the most photorealistic 3D experience ever. day. Discover the 2020 Corvette, Audi R8 or more than 250 other models now! pic.twitter.com/v6iWMvWsDT
– Rajan Patel (@rajanpatel) December 18, 2020
In addition to this possibility, in the Google app we can see the car in different scenarios, change the car model or even see the same model with one of the available colors, which is quite impressive.
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