Google allows users to see prehistoric animals in their living room through augmented reality – CountingNews

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Google Arts & Culture.

Madrid, Aug 26 (Portaltic / EP) – The Saló mobile application has introduced a new collection of prehistoric animals that users will be able to see through their phone or in their living room through augmented reality.

This novelty comes to the Google application after a collaboration with institutions such as the Darwin State Museums in Moscow and the Natural History Museum in London.

Among other things, users will be able to know and see a Cambropachycope, an ancient crustacean that has a pointed head covered with small eyes, as explained by Google on its blog.

They will also be able to see the largest filter-feeding animal, the Aegirocassis, or the largest animal there is lived on our planet, the blue whale.

But this type of strange animals will not be the only thing that users will be able to see through their device. The application also allows you to view the Apollo 11 Command Module and even thousands of paintings, from The Kiss to Frida Kahlo's self-portraits.

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