Brighten up your epidemic life with Google’s new AR Animals

Google's AR cat.

Google’s AR cat.
Screenshots: Google

Ever since I was little, I’ve always been a cat fan (although dogs are cute too). Still, my current landlord doesn’t allow me to take the cat, so I just compromise to follow the cute ones on Instagram. Considering I live alone, during epidemics I’ve often thought, “Wouldn’t this be more fun if the cat was around?”

Well, I still can’t find a real cat, but an interesting and cool alternative has been presented by Google search: aged reality animals in 3D. While Google’s AR Animals are nothing new, we’ve got everything Easter bunnies To Dinosaurs In the past – most recently it announced that it was adding 50 new animals to search on its search engine. And yes, a cat makes a cut (yeah).

In its advertising video, Google has not included an extensive list of new animals, although it does offer a few new ones, such as giraffes, dairy cows, cats, zebras, pigs and chow tea. Above the people 9to5Google Made an extensive list of their discoveries and so far 25 animals have been discovered! Their findings include the Beagle, Border Colsey, hamster, hippo, ox, red panda and Solution Corgi, though many more.

For the uninitiated, Google’s AR Animals is red because search engines can put you in your place. It lets you show off to your new friends by adding photos or videos to your photos. Finding animals is “relatively” easy (I’m obviously very lucky). All you need to do is search for the animal in Google and then scroll down the page until you see a block with the “View in 3D” option. This will turn your phone into an AR “projector”, giving you a true model of the animal for speaking and with sound effects. It will allow you to move the animal around the house.

The best emperor penguin ever.

The best emperor penguin ever.
Photo: Gizmodo

To my skill, the cat doesn’t look like that to me yet. However, I got a chance to see macaw parrots and dinosaurs in my living room. Penguin was my favorite, even if it didn’t stop making penguin sounds. If you don’t yet know what to look for in an AR, Google has a set page Some thoughts.

If anything, there is an opportunity to learn more about the animal you are looking for and do something different at home while you are safe. I like penguins, but I don’t think I can ever get close to them. Now, let’s see if I ever get a Google cat.