Google will soon Allow you to get a Captivating AR Experience through Search!

Google’s I/O developer conference this year had an eventful kickoff. Until now, the Tech Giant has revealed a lot of new updates and features that should be added soon. A ground-breaking addition to Google search was also announced, when it was revealed that Google would be bringing the camera and augmented reality (AR) to Search.

The company also gave a demonstration. For starters, you can look up, let’s just say, “great white shark”. You will then have the option to see the shark swimming right in front of you through your phone’s camera.
"We’re also working with partners like NASA, New Balance, Samsung, Target, Visible Body, Volvo, Wayfair and more to surface their own content in Search.", announced Aparna Chennapragada VP, Google Lens and AR, in a blog post. Adding further, "So whether you’re studying human anatomy in school or shopping for a pair of sneakers, you’ll be able to interact with 3D models and put them into the real world, right from Search."
As of now, details regarding the number of 3D models that can appear in search as well as if publishers will be able to design a model of their own, are unknown but the impressive demo indicates that we will soon be hearing about this feature a lot.



According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, the company’s goal is to make Google more helpful for everyone and instead of just helping users find answers, it should be able to get things done as well.

Pichai believes that one way to start this change is through Search. The new feature can easily allow you to switch to AR Experience from a simple search in the Google app and that’s quite intriguing. Stay tuned for more details regarding this massive development.

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