Google unveiled its list of 50 new 3D animals on Friday, which could brighten up the user’s mood amidst the pandemic. With the help of Augmented Reality, users can replicate these animals to their space, thus fueling the technology’s popularity.
Google’s 50 new Augmented Reality animals are available on iOs and Android devices
To enjoy the feature, users have to merely search for the animal via Google app or on their mobile browser. In the search engine results page, there will be an animated card that invites users to welcome the life-size animals virtually. Upon clicking on the card, users will even get to zoom in on the creatures. The feature also offers sound effects of that particular animal. Users can also opt to place them in their environment and take entertaining videos or click amazing pictures.
Some of the animals that users can snap in their space are Bengal cat, Bulldog, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Donkey, Guinea pig, Hamster, Giraffe, Kitten, Hippo, Ox, Pig, Puppy, Zebra, Beagle, Dobermann, Coyote, Persian cat, Red Panda, German Shepherd, Milk cow, Poodle, Australian Shepherd, and Pit bull. The new list also includes Akita, Cane Corso, Border Collie, Chipmunk, Bull Terrier, Great Dane, Chow chow, Ragdoll, Cocker Spaniel, Fennec fox, Korean Jindo, Maltese, Maine Coon, Shih Tzu, Norwegian Forest cat, Russian Blue, Scottish Fold, Schnauzer, Shiba Inu, Siamese cat, Sphynx cat, Yorkshire Terrier, Siberian Husky, and Pembroke Welsh Corgi.