Google Search has finally added new AR effects that include various Japanese characters from popular games and movies. These characters are Hello Kitty, Pac-Man, Ultraman, and more.
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Little Twin Stars
"Evangelion" (EVA-01 Test Type)
"Gundam" (Odysseus Gundam, Xi Gundam, Penelope)
The drums from "Taiko no Tatsujin"
Thanks to the new AR effects, users can now experience an enhanced augmented reality experience. They are currently available on Android smartphones running Android 7.0 Nougat and other latest versions, as explained by XDA Developers.
On the other hand, iPhone users can also access them. But, you still need to have iOS 11 or later versions if you want to use Google Search's latest AR effects.
How to access the new AR effects
Google Search Help's blog provided a quick guide on how to access its augmented reality effects. If you haven't used Google Search's AR characters, all you need to do is follow these exact steps:
The first thing you need to do is open your smartphone and go to google.com. You can also open your device's Google app.
After that, you need to search the exact names of the AR effects you want to use in 3D.
Once you find them, you can now click the 3D option.
After this, you must click the View option to interact with the 3D result in AR.
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