Google’s latest research focuses on augmented reality presentation of endangered species. These animals are found in different countries of the world like Sweden. Many future generations may never know him in terms of the means required for such a journey. This is why Google has opted to offer its users the possibility to search for five endangered species from their smartphones.
an augmented reality presentation
NS augmented reality Is a high technology that involves enhancing the perception of a product by combining the real world and the virtual world in real time. In other words, it is a 3D presentation of a product. That way, by browsing the Google app, users will be able to see it wherever they are. rare animals Located in Sweden.
The presentation will take into account the cries of these animals and their movement just like the journey to their location.
What are these rare animals?
They extinct species There are white-backed woodpeckers, lynx, arctic fox, harbor porpoise and carder bee. Currently, they are under specific protection to maintain the continuity of their species.
Certainly, the sight of these animals on mobile will not replace a visit on the spot. However, Google is doing its best to make it as close to reality as possible. The multinational company continues to add more accurate digital data, such as the microscopic cell structures of these animals, to this AR presentation.
Commitment to the conservation of biodiversity
Google wants to educate its users to ensure the safety of these rare animals. For this he decided to collaborate with a Swedish society for the conservation of nature. This collaboration then allows Google users to search for five Swedish protected animals.
Google’s commitment to the security of extinct species It coincides with the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity to be held this week.
This collaboration with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation isn’t Google’s first AR presentation project. Remember that there are already many other animals that have completely disappeared, such as dinosaurs, but which are available in 3D on Google. In addition, Google invites its users to find planets and satellites in 3D version on its application.
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