Google’s latest Augmented reality (AR) features in Search brings 3D objects and animals into your space so you can transform your living space into a virtual zoo or even exploring NASA’s spacecrafts. One new feature is the ability to take a virtual trip through the human body, thanks to a partnership with BioDigital. You’ll be able t o explore eleven human body systems with AR in Search on mobile.
How does it work? Simply search for circulatory system and tap “View in 3D” to get an up-close view of the heart or browse the skeletal system to trace the bones in the human body and see how they connect. If you want more information, simple read labels on each body part or view life-sized images in augmented reality to get a better sense of its scale. Google Arts & Culture teamed up with institutions like the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, to let you virtually browse exhibits.
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To help you quickly explore related content, we’re rolling out a new carousel format on Android, as well as a recording option to share social-worthy AR videos with friends and family. We hope that you enjoy exploring all of these 3D and AR experiences on Google. Tag us on social with #Google3D and let us know how you’re using AR to learn and explore new things in your home,” said the company.