Google adds 50 animals that can be seen in 3D and augmented reality

Google has added 50 more new animals to its list of species that can be seen in three dimensions and that they can interact with using augmented reality and place in any location that is captured by the mobile camera.

The company already allows animals such as dinosaurs, insects, koalas and kangaroos. The following dog breeds have been added: Akita, Australian Shepherd, Beagle, Border Collie, Bulldog, Bull Terrier, Cane Corso, Chihuahua, Chow Chow, Cocker, Dachshund, Doberman, German Shepherd, Great Dane, Korean Jindo, Maltese, Pitbull, Puppy ( Puppy), Schnauzer, Shiba Inu, Shih Tzu, Siberian Husky, Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Yorkshire Terrie

New animals that can be viewed in 3D in Google’s mobile version include new breeds of dogs and cats

Some breeds of cats have also been included, such as the Bengal, Maine Coon, Maltese, Norwegian Forest, Persian, Siamese, Sphynx, Scottish Fold … and also a special version for kitten babies.

The rest of the animals that make it on Google’s list are diverse: squirrel, coyote, donkey, fennec fox, giraffe, guinea pig, hamster, hippopotamus, dairy cow, ox, pig, red panda, and zebra.

Google has confirmed the arrival of these new 50 animals through its Twitter account. The rollout is being carried out gradually for all users and is expected to be completed in the next few days.

How to see animals in 3D with Google

The process of seeing and interacting with these new species is the same as for the others. All you have to do is paste the name of the animal into the mobile version of the Google search engine. In the search results you have to press the button «Show in 3D» so that you can interact with the animal at home, in the garden or on the street via augmented reality.

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