Google has renewed its catalog of animals and objects in 3D, fun representations in augmented reality that can be viewed from search, adding ten dinosaurs straight out of Jurassic Park. And they are already available: just enter the name in Google search.
Augmented reality is not only fun, it is also extremely practical to teach what virtual objects are like since they can be viewed in physical space using the smartphone. Even animals, whether current or extinct millions of years ago: Google just revived ten dinosaurs by including their representation in AR through search. Do you want to see what a Tyrannosaurus Rex or Velociraptor looks like? Prepare your mobile, it is super simple.
Ten dinosaurs from Jurassic Park in augmented reality
The novelty has been announced by Google itself on its blog: thanks to an agreement with Amblin and Universal Studios, producers of Jurassic Park, and with the development of Ludia, the appearance of ten popular dinosaurs has been modeled in 3D so that anyone can see them on your phone. As an on-screen animation and also using the camera to bring the dinosaur almost to reality.
The AR view of the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park follows the same mechanics as the 3D animals and objects that we had already seen before: You have to find a specific name for Google to offer the 3D view of the aforementioned. After pressing the button the dinosaur will animate on the phone screen on a white background; and if you press on ‘See in your space‘the mobile will load the view in augmented reality once the rendering surface has been correctly detected (you have to point the phone’s camera at the ground).
There are ten dinosaurs entered in the Google search: You have to write any of them for the search engine to show the option to see it in 3D; with a visual browser that lets you jump to any of the other dinosaurs. Those included are:
- Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Dinosaurs can already be seen in the Spanish search, but your view may not yet appear in augmented reality. It’s a matter of time: if you can’t visualize any of them, you will only have to wait for Google to expand its visualization.
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