New Delhi | Jagran Technology Office: Google has introduced 3D monuments in its augmented reality (AR) search results, according to a report by 9to5google. Google search users can currently view 90 landmarks in 3D view on both Android and iOS devices. The feature has been reported to work fine with Android and iOS devices.
The Big Ben Tower in London, the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Louvre Museum are at the top of the list of 90 monuments currently available for viewing in 3D by users.
If a user wants to view supported landmarks in 3D, they should head to Google.com or the Google Search app on Android or iOS.
These 3D monuments start with a rotating model that can be zoomed in on. AR visualization in Google search is different from Google Earth as it allows users to place all 3D monuments in your environment.
3D models are built using 3D data from Google Earth and displayed through ModelViewer, Google’s protocol for managing 3D and AR content on the web.
“Not only will you be able to navigate smoothly to each step of the tour, but objects along the way can also be viewed in augmented reality,” wrote Florent Robineau and Joe Shepherd, Technical Manager and Associate Product Manager, respectively. , at Google Arts & Culture. on the company’s website.
Which monuments can be viewed in Google 3D?
Besides Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum, monuments such as the Parthenon, the Tokyo Skytree, the Arc de Triomphe, the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Castle of Good Hope, the monument Columbus, Empire State Building, Golden Gate Bridge, Leaning Tower of Pisa, London Eye, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, National Palace, One World Trade Center, Palace of Versailles, Rhodes Memorial, Stonehenge, Tokyo National Museum, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Yoyogi National Stadium, and Zojoji can also be viewed. in 3D via Google AR.
Posted by: Mukul Sharma