For all the Doodle lovers across the globe, it's a delighting roll out from the Google. The giant has launched an augmented reality application that lets users draw white lines in open space through the app. For Google, it is one of the simple apps ever but for a Doodle lover like me, Google has truly awarded a mega surprise to get entertained and fun stuff all through a single application. The app is called “experiment” for all the obvious reasons.
It is literally an app that helps users paint their imaginations in the real world. All it takes is downloading the app that is similar to Google’s Tilt Brush virtual reality painting application to custom anything and everything that users want with the related tools and a bit of setting. This digital app can be the stress busters to those who are either artist at heart or those who love annotating the world with their digital imaginations.
For a number of people, it is going to be a 3d painting experience dignified that will additionally impart a cool first experience as soon as they will use the application. The app works after the user hold up their phones and use their fingers to draw these lines. The phone itself acts as the main controller that users can use as per their wishes. Users have the option to record the videos of their creations to download them as soon as the doodle finishes. The users can then give a thought to their paintings either to add or to remove an element from their creations.
The app is only compatible to ARCore-compatible smartphones Zenfone AR, OnePlus 5, Google Pixel 2, LG V30 or any of the latest Samsung Galaxy phones. And as all surprising things come with a limited offering, the saying goes appropriate for this Google Doodle application too. Even if you own ARCore compatible phone, you could only make the lines along your object and that’s it. And, it surely hurts to manage our expectation for what we have imaged and what we can actually do in reality.
One more sad reality is for iOS users, the app is only available for Android users that too free of cost on Google Play. To get started users need to install the latest version of the application on their ARCore-compatible smartphones. This app is also an offering for the developers who keep playing around the AR Technology to create innovations for the search giant.
With a mixture of literature, cinema, and photography, Manish is mostly traveling. When he is not, he is probably writing another tech news for you!
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