On October 10, 2018, in addition to announcing the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL compatible Daydream View heads, Google did not publish much VR-related information at today's New York hardware conference. However, Google has released a series of new AR stickers, such as allowing you to take a photo with Iron Man.
At the same time, Google has renamed the AR Sticker released for Pixel 2 about a year ago, turning it into Playground and using it as a new model for Pixel camera applications. It is reported that Playground can make AR animation according to the scene or feeling (emotion detection), and it is suitable for self-timer mode.
Although Playground may not look too different from past AR Stickers, lenses or filters, Google makes it clear that all of this is actually a 3D asset and provides space and object recognition in a smarter way with the help of artificial intelligence. Features.
An example of Google's display is that you seem to be able to stand by your favorite character (such as Iron Man) and take a group photo. This is mainly related to ARCore, which brings more accurate lighting prediction, plane detection, occlusion and scene understanding for camera applications.
The original Stickers was renamed Playmoji. The Playmoji package allows you to choose from a variety of animated pets, logos and visual effects. Google also announced that by the end of this year you will be able to improve your dance skills through the actions of Donald Glovo.