Google Search Now Features More 3D And AR-Based Objects, Making At-Home Learning More Fun

Google has more exciting things in store for both kids and adults. We are not only discussing the updated Android operating system version, which Google is testing currently, and making it perfect, but also the new app updates and services the tech giant is introducing to make our daily life more comfortable and exciting.

If you have started to feel bored during the lockdowns which the governments have imposed for over a month now due to the coronavirus, you must have a look at what Google is offering you to make learning more fun during the lockdowns. Google also introduced new Google Lens features recently, and Google updated the app to improve productivity while staying at home.

The company has added extra upgrades to Google Search and Lens, and the new features involve augmented reality (AR). AR might not be that popular around the globe, but there are a lot of users who take advantage of this tech. It has also been reported that the company is also adding more content in augmented reality and 3D, along with new features that will help users to explore and enjoy during the lockdown periods.

The new features will allow both kids and adults to learn more about topics such as astronomy, physiology, and biology. You will be able to get extra information from detailed views to adequate glossaries, and a carousel. Google has covered special topics and key search terms in the feature, such as the skeletal system, circulatory system, mitochondria, plant cell, animal cell, muscular system, and much more.

The company has made the AR feature in Google Search more informational and fun for users. According to Google, the company wants to ensure that both children and adults spend their time learning new information deeply. The AR feature will give you a virtual trip through a human body, which is the result of the combined efforts of Google and Biodigital. After you have performed a search on Google mobile app e.g: "circulatory system", click the ‘View in 3D’ option to display visuals up close.

The feature will also display a magnified view of our microscopic world to users. You can view photos developed by ‘Visual Body,’ which will help you learn more about various cells. And if you extra time, you may want to take a virtual trip to museums.

"Search for Apollo 11 on your phone to see its command module in 3D, look up Neil Armstrong to get a life-size view of his spacesuit, or step inside the Chauvet Cave to get an up-close look at some of the world's oldest known cave paintings, which are usually closed off to the public.", explained Archana Kannan, Group Product Manager, AR Experiences, in a blog post.

Google’s 3D and AR features are rolled out for public use, and it is the perfect time for us to learn as most of us are at homes getting bored. Make sure you use this time learning new skills and enhancing your abilities.

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