The Google Arts & Culture mobile app development team has announced a very noticeable visual update – having teamed up with several museums, they “revived” the menagerie of prehistoric animals, creating realistic 3D copies of them on the basis of the proprietary AR platform.

AR models of prehistoric animals and cultural artifacts appeared in the Google Arts & Culture app
Aegirokassis, a marine animal that lived 480 million years ago.

Having at hand a modern smartphone on Andoid or iOS, you can get acquainted with Cambropachicopus, an ancient crustacean with a characteristic sharp head covered with small eyes. In addition to Cambropachicopa, in the Google AR Museum you can meet the oldest large filter fishwhich does not swim well as well the largest animal ever to live on earth… Any of the creatures can be transferred to a real environment for further interaction, including the creation of videos and AR selfies.

AR models of prehistoric animals and cultural artifacts appeared in the Google Arts & Culture app
Apollo 11 lunar module

Together with ancient animals, the developers have added rare cultural artifacts to the collection. You can get acquainted with the smiling god of the pre-Inca era Lanzona from about 500 BC or place in the living room Apollo 11 mission command module, of course, along with spacesuit… Or you can, for example, decorate your home with one of the masterpieces of world art – from self-portraits of Frida Kahlo before Kiss

Explore the entire collection of AR objects can be here

It remains to add that this is the third such update in the last couple of months. Previously, Google in the same way “revived” dinosaurs from “Jurassic World” and more than two dozen different insects.

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