Google wants you to visit long-lasting AR experiences

Google wants you to visit long-lasting AR experiences

Google wants you to visit long-lasting AR experiences

It’s still rare to see shared, long-lasting augmented reality — the encounter will vanish the moment you close a program. Google is making it easier to come back, however.

Releasing a new model of ARCore with persistent Cloud Anchors which permit you to return to shared AR on Android and iOS.

It’s possible to return to virtual graffiti, research an evolving natural landscape, or follow a tour guide.

Lowe’s will also make it sensible for purchasing. It’s readying a Persistent View feature which will enable you to plan furniture and machine purchases, coming back as often as desired.

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If you’re not sure how well a new oven will fit, you can return over and over until you are ready to buy.

It is going to take some time before more of these enduring AR experiences come through apps.

The timing is not good when many AR app manufacturers are encouraging you to stay at home during the ordeal, but look at it this way: persistent AR may be more commonplace at the time that it’s safer to share this experience with other people.

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