Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Categories: Animals | Children | Social Networks | Technology

If adults can patiently sit in quarantine at home, then children in self-isolation have a very tight time. Toys get bored after a few days, and parents have to puzzle over what to do with fidgets. Google came to their aid: the company makes it possible to "settle" a life-size 3D animal in a room. All that is needed for the appearance of a realistic projection is a smartphone. Find out how the new feature works from our material. Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the houseDo you want to keep your children busy with something interesting during quarantine? Google offers users an entertaining feature with which a tiger, panda, shark or other 3D animal can appear in your house. The idea promises to be a hit.

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the houseAll you need to do is enter the name of the animal in the search bar (for example, "panda") on your smartphone. Scrolling down the ribbon, you will see a cell with the inscription "Meet a real-sized panda next to you." The option is placed under the pictures and a short description from Wikipedia, which appears at the top of the page.

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Favorite animals in 3D: Google gives you the opportunity to see the projection of animals in the house

Modern technology is impressive and even a little scary. A team of engineers and programmers from South Korea conducted a unique experiment during which a woman was able to meet her deceased daughter.

Keywords: 3D | Google | Virtual reality | Image | Isolation | Quarantine | Novelty | Search | Users | Projection | Entertainment | Function

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