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Google’s new AR experiment conjures portals to the other side of the planet

08/04/2021

It’s 2021 and the coronavirus pandemic is still looming large, so our travel plans to exotic destinations will have to wait. But thankfully, we can travel virtually through magical AR portals. Google’s new experiment called Floom creates vortexes in your room that’ll let you see what’s on the other side of...
It’s 2021 and the coronavirus pandemic is still looming large, so our travel plans to exotic destinations will have to wait. But thankfully, we can travel virtually through magical AR portals. Google’s new experiment called Floom creates vortexes in your room that’ll let you see what’s on the other side of the globe, literally. Here’s how it works. Head to the Floom site in Chromeon your Android device. After approving necessary permissions, point your camera to an empty space on the floor. You might need to walk around a bit for it to work. You can tilt your phone to change the direction of the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google It’s 2021 and the coronavirus pandemic is still looming large, so our travel plans to exotic destinations will have to wait. But thankfully, we can travel virtually through magical AR portals. Google’s new experiment called Floom creates vortexes in your room that’ll let you see what’s on the other side of the globe, literally. Here’s how it works. Head to the Floom site in Chromeon your Android device. After approving necessary permissions, point your camera to an empty space on the floor. You might need to walk around a bit for it to work. You can tilt your phone to change the direction of the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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