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Google Pixel 2 Gets Star Wars AR Stickers and Google Lens

Right before the premiere of new Star Wars movie The Last Jedi, Google releases their Star Wars AR (augmented reality) stickers for the Pixel smartphones. The AR stickers are basically animated characters that interact with your camera app and interact with the environment as if they were actually there in front of you.

Only on Pixel 2?

The feature has not yet completed roll-out on all endpoints around the world, but on his article on the Google blog, Mario Queiroz wrote, “AR Stickers are rolling out over the coming days to all Pixel phones running Android 8.1 Oreo. We’ll release more AR Sticker packs in the future, so keep your eyes peeled.”

I’m running Android 8.1 Oreo on a Pixel 1 and have not yet received the features, but there’s hope they will hit me and everybody else soon. Next to Star Wars AR stickers, there is also going to be a set of stickers from Stranger Things. Here’s a quick demo video of that.

If you’re not using a compatible phone, you can still try out Lenovo and Disney’s Star Wars AR experience instead. May the Force be with you, always.

Sursa: techacute.com - Link articol

Google Pixel 2 Gets Star Wars AR Stickers and Google Lens

January 19 , 2018     24BreakingNews     Externe     0    

Google Pixel 2 Gets Star Wars AR Stickers and Google LensGoogle Pixel 2 Gets Star Wars AR Stickers and Google Lens

Right before the premiere of new Star Wars movie The Last Jedi, Google releases their Star Wars AR (augmented reality) stickers for the Pixel smartphones. The AR stickers are basically animated characters that interact with your camera app and interact with the environment as if they were actually there in front of you.

Only on Pixel 2?

The feature has not yet completed roll-out on all endpoints around the world, but on his article on the Google blog, Mario Queiroz wrote, “AR Stickers are rolling out over the coming days to all Pixel phones running Android 8.1 Oreo. We’ll release more AR Sticker packs in the future, so keep your eyes peeled.”

I’m running Android 8.1 Oreo on a Pixel 1 and have not yet received the features, but there’s hope they will hit me and everybody else soon. Next to Star Wars AR stickers, there is also going to be a set of stickers from Stranger Things. Here’s a quick demo video of that.

If you’re not using a compatible phone, you can still try out Lenovo and Disney’s Star Wars AR experience instead. May the Force be with you, always.

Sursa: techacute.com - Link articol


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