Google 3D animals:Tiger, Panda and more animals View in 3d iPhone


Google 3D animals: Google introduced augmented reality (AR) objects to Search last year at I/O 2019. It’s more than a year since then and the tech giant has now added a bunch of more 3D animals that you can watch using AR. To watch animals such as Tiger, Duck, and more in 3D you just need to do a simple Google search. Just write the name of the animal you want to watch in AR and you’re good to go.

Well, Google doesn’t show all animals in 3D AR as yet. The AR animals that you can view on Google Search right now are Tiger, Alligator, Angler fish, Brown bear, Cat, Cheetah, Dog, Duck, Eagle, Emperor penguin, Giant panda, Goat, Hedgehog, Horse, Lion, Macaw, Octopus, Shark, Shetland pony, Snake, Tiger, Turtle, and Wolf. Google could be working on more AR animal options to bring in the future. Besides animals Google also allows you to watch planets like Mars, Earth, Pluto, among others.


How to use Google 3D animals

For iPhone users, you need to be running iOS 11.0 or later.

Now, to take a walk on the wild side, you just need to google an animal on your device –
just type into the search bar, as an example, ‘lion.’ Just underneath the image search results and the Wikipedia description of the animal, you’ll be able to see a box that says, ‘Meet a life-sized lion up close’. Click the ‘view in 3D’ button that will be clearly displayed, then click ‘view in your space’ to see the animal in your own surroundings. You’ll need to give Google access to your camera for it to be able to insert the animal into your space.

Google 3D What animals can you find? 


  • Lion 
  • Tiger
  • Cheetah
  • Shark 
  • Hedgehog 
  • Duck 
  • Emperor penguin 
  • Wolf 
  • Angler fish 
  • Goat 
  • Rottweiler 
  • Snakes 
  • Eagle 
  • Brown bear 
  • Alligator 
  • Horse 
  • Shetland pony 
  • Macaw 
  • Pug 
  • Turtle 
  • Cat 
  • Octopus 
  • Dog 

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