Google AR app update allows users to see dinosaurs, ancient sea creatures and artists’ masterpiece in their home
Google’s Arts and Culture application now lets you view prehistoric creatures and great artworks in augmented reality.
The new additions to the app are divided into four subsections: animals, space, history, and art. The app is available on both iPhones and Android phones.
In a blog post, the search giant promoted a number of ancient beings including the cambropachycope, a ancient crustacean whose head was covered in eyes.
Other animals include the duck-billed Amurosaurus dinosaur and the opabinia, a shrimp-like creature that lived 500 million years ago and had five eyes.
For space fans, Google has rendered the command module from Apollo 11 as well as Neil Armstrong’s A-7L spacesuit.
There is also a great array of artworks from famous artists including Da Vinci, Monet, and Japanese artist Hokusai.
As well as specific objects, Google has also rendered certain areas in augmented reality, such as