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谷歌隐藏的AR工具会让你大吃一惊

Google AR animals
(形象信用:未来)

+$When it comes to surprises, Google plays a good game. From brilliantly entertaining谷歌涂鸦+$to the most genius+$Google Easter Eggs+$, the Google team clearly like to get creative and delight users with hidden gems. And this most recent offering is no exception.

+$Google AR animals is a hidden augmented reality feature that allows users to view a 3D image of a search result. On AR-enabled devices, the tool is accessed using Google Search, with the question: How big is a wolf (for example). If the animal in question is available, Google will return the usual statistics – height, length, mass etc – above an arrow that users can click to reveal a 'meet a life-sized wolf up close' option. Press that and voila! A 3D version of the animal appears in the room.

Google AR animals

+$Click the arrow to reveal the 3D model(形象信用:未来)

+$The 3D models themselves are a little crude (see our免费的3D模型+$to compare with other examples) however, they provide a realistic sense of an animal's scale (seriously though, who knew a wolf was that big?) and movement. As an artist, this is a brilliant reference resource, offering insight to animal behaviour and movement (without the risk of losing any limbs, always a plus).

+$Animals include a lion, tiger, bear, alpine goat, timberwolf, European hedgehogs, angler fish and Emperor penguin. Each carries out actions synonymous with the animal. For example, you can watch (and hear) a lion roar, wolf howl and giant panda enjoy a piece of bamboo.

+$The feature was recently discovered by Vimeo co-founder Zach Klein, who referred to it as 'magical'.


+$As highlighted above, not only is this tool a brilliant art resource, but a super-fun (and highly addictive) feature to be enjoyed by all the family.

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