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Google AR brings endangered Swedish animals into your living room.

Liked the photo and every minute of the article titled I Hangout with Arctic Fox in Google AR.

Image: Google

If you’ve ever wanted a pet Arctic fox, well, keep dreaming. But Google is offering the next best thing. Of the company. AR Animal Characteristics On Tuesday, it announced five new additions to its library, including foxes and other wildlife from the Arctic and sub-Arctic.

In addition to the fox, there are new animal links, white-baked woodpeckers, harbor porpoises, and mass carder bees. The project was carried out in collaboration with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (Naturskyddsföreningen). All these critics are on. Sweden’s red list. Of vulnerable, endangered, and endangered species. Although all of these animals are affected by the rapidly changing climate in Sweden and the Arctic, the Arctic fox is Especially prone to hot temperatures., As their habitat is being pushed far north and their prey is changing. These new animals also come at a time when Google is developing a set of different sustainability measures for consumers, including. Carbon-effective routes on Google Maps..

I’m usually nervous about these things, but I really enjoyed playing with my new AR friends. Like the rest of the animals in the Google AR feature, these craters are accessible via the Google search app (if you Google them, you can find model creatures, but the AR feature doesn’t work unless your Don’t have an app). After Google the animals on the app, a box appears as an option that allows you to match the “life size” version of the animal.

Choose this option and hang in the comfort of your own home with Arctic Wildlife. This section requires a bit of stir and your phone needs to be hoisted around your room so that it absorbs like your space and a little bit of choice has been made about where the app wants to keep the animals. Minutes), but eventually it should land in one place.

The scale of the links was particularly impressive – who doesn’t want to have links as a friend? (“In the 17th century, there were so many links in the Stockholm area that the king could hunt outside the city gates.” The Naturskyddsföreningen site says.. fearsome.)

Meanwhile, the Arctic fox looked smaller than me. My dog Compared to my furniture, which surprised me. So cute!

Screenshots of Google AR's new animals, including Port Porpoise, Arctic Fox, and links.  In Sweden, everyone is in danger or in danger.۔

My new friend
Screenshot: Gizmodo.

In my opinion the effect was lost on the bumblebee and the piece of wood, they are both very small creatures and so I needed to move my phone and zoom in a little to see their details. Still cool, but a little less impressive, one of the really cool things about this feature is seeing how the animal stands out with your interior decoration.

This may be beyond the scope of the app’s features, but I’d also like to see if there’s a way to communicate information about the endangered species, or the specific hazards they pose to humans. Climate change comes in handy when you’re checking them out. Your living room may be “porpoised” by a Google search, and the search may shift back to the changing sea view. But telling them to learn more about the dangers to animals when they see them floating in their bedroom can be an incentive to learn – and then use that knowledge. Put pressure on politicians to reduce emissions. Before these wonderful creatures disappear into the real world.

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