Look for these features to be rolling out in Google Lens before the end of May. With the help of augmented reality functions, Google Lens will be able to display suitable search results directly in AR.
"This helps you know precisely where you are, and exactly which way to start walking (in areas covered on Street View where there's a good data connection and good lighting)". The company will begin surfacing search results in augmented reality, it announced at its I/O developer conference.
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For example, you could search for a "great white shark", or a 3D model of the muscles in the human body.
Gets more visual Google Lens taps into machine learning (ML), computer vision and tens of billions of facts in the Knowledge Graph to answer user questions. Involved brands include NASA, Samsung, Target, Volvo, and, as mentioned, New Balance, but more are expected to join Google's AR search bandwagon down the line. Probably not, given all of the caveats associated with this - you can point your phone at this, and it will work, but not that - but we'll see. At launch, Lens could use image recognition to detect simple things like landmarks, phone numbers, and addresses within photos. All you can need to do is point your camera at text and Lens will automatically detect the language and overlay the translation right on top of the original words. When it comes to payment, Google Lens calculates the appropriate tip and also distributes the bill fairly among the friends. Google Maps already offers personalized restaurant recommendations, even serving up a score of how likely you are to like any given restaurant in the Explore tab. For example, at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, you can use Lens to see hidden stories about the paintings, directly from the museum's curators beginning next month. The company showed off its usage for studying and academic purposes, but it will no doubt be especially useful for shopping and visualizing try-ons of clothes and other products you'd like to buy.