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Technology Google Search now puts AR dinosaurs in your backyard

16:33  30 june  2020
16:33  30 june  2020 Source:   cnet.com

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Search Search . SmartNews. In America, if you find a dinosaur in your backyard , that is now your dinosaur . Montana’s Hell Creek formation is one of the premiere dinosaur -hunting grounds in the United States, and though much of the dino -laden land is secured as federal or state property, not all

As 3D objects become more searchable on phones, Googling up an animal to drop into your home is becoming a thing. The latest augmented reality thing to pop up: dinosaurs.

a close up of a dinosaur: AR dinosaurs via Google Search (can be video recorded, too) Google © Provided by CNET AR dinosaurs via Google Search (can be video recorded, too) Google

Searching for things via Google Search and putting them in your home using AR has been possible since last year, but Google's been making updates to its AR catalogue in 2020. Google added anatomical, biological and NASA models in the spring and ten dinosaurs have just been added to the mix as part of a partnership with Universal, Amblin, and Ludia. Universal's next Jurassic World movie is going to be resuming filming soon in the UK, aiming for a 2021 release.

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Trying out the AR in Jurassic World Alive game. My Legendary, Epic and Rare dinosaurs came alive in my garden. It is sooo coool!. I can make them giant or tiny.

Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

a close up of a dinosaur: AR dinosaurs via Google Search (can be video recorded, too) © Google

AR dinosaurs via Google Search (can be video recorded, too)

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Making the dinosaurs appear requires an AR-compatible iPhone, iPad or Android phone (check this story for details) and search needs to be happen in Google's app, an Android browser, or Safari or Chrome on iOS. The dinosaurs can be shrunken small or placed full-size. They're available now, but remember to keep your phone's browser in mobile instead of desktop mode if you're searching on iOS.

The ten dinosaurs you can search for right now include: Tyrannosaurus rex, velociraptor, triceratops, spinosaurus, stegosaurus, brachiosaurus, ankylosaurus, dilophosaurus, pteranodon and parasaurolophus.

The dinosaurs can be recorded in video clips, too, if you use Google's AR capture tools or iOS screen recording.

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