In this episode, Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, Alex Dobie, and Russell Holly wax philosophical about the 5G, the Snapdragon 845 SoC, and why the Pixel’s AR stickers are the most fun you can have with a camera. They also talk about the...Show More Summary
Snapchat has debuted a new tool called Lens Studio that will allow anyone to create and share their own AR effect inside the app.
Google launched Star Wars augmented reality stickers on its Pixel and Pixel 2 phones. You can fight AR stormtroopers or play with a whole bunch of porgs... the world is your galaxy. Read more... More about Google, Film, Movies, Technology, and Games
AR Stickers are a ton of fun – just make sure you've got plenty of battery. Google finally launched AR Stickers for the Pixel and Pixel 2 on December 11, and at least for me, it's resulted in a lot of time spent placing porgs, stormtroopers,...Show More Summary
You'll need a Pixel or Pixel 2 running Android 8.1 to feel the force of Star Wars in augmented reality form.
Google’s first ARCore app launches, but you’ll need a Pixel phone and Android 8.1.
Googe's AR Stickers feature is rolling out to users right now.
Starting today, the Google Pixel 2 (running Android 8.1 Oreo) will gain access to AR Stickers inside the camera app. To kick things off, Star Wars The Last Jedi sticker pack is being released just ahead of the movie.
The photographic world of Pixel and Pixel 2 owners just got more interesting now that Google Inc. has released its augmented reality stickers. The owners of Pixel phones running the recent release of Android 8.1 Oreo now have accessShow More Summary
Remember Google’s AR Stickers? Months after they were first announced as a headlining feature on the Pixel 2, they’re finally rolling out to the public – including an exclusive set of Star Wars stickers. They work pretty much like you expect: you can place a variety of 3D characters into your videos or images. Show More Summary
Need another reason to switch to Google's Pixel 2 phones? How about an augmented reality squad? Unveiled with all its fall hardware in October, Google has finally launched its anticipated "AR Stickers" feature that lets all Pixel phones...Show More Summary
During Google's Pixel 2 event in October, the company teased its upcoming AR stickers and starting today, Pixel users can actually get their hands on them. Those with Pixel phones running Android 8.1 Oreo will have access to AR stickers like Foodmoji, 3D text and celebratory balloons and champagne just in time for the holidays. Show More Summary
Google launches AR Stickers for Pixel smartphones
After months of teasing, Google’s finally brought its AR stickers to the Pixel 2. For most users with the company’s latest flagship handset, the feature will be available today as part of the an Android 2.1 update. The feature was announced...Show More Summary
Coming soon to a Pixel near you. Alongside the update to Android 8.1, Google slipped in a feature originally shown off at the Pixel 2 launch event. AR Stickers, the camera mode which allows you to drop augmented reality objects intoShow More Summary
Google’s AR Stickers, a feature first revealed during the October 4 Pixel hardware event, is now available on all Pixel phones, including the original Pixel and new Pixel 2 lines. You’ll need to update a couple of apps in order to get them, but we’ve got both linked below for quick access. Show More Summary
In case you’ve been living in the upside-down for the last few weeks, the second season of “Stranger Things” is imminent. And you know what that means… media tie-ins! Today we’ve already had AR “stickers” at Google’s event, but iOS gets a much more compelling item: a full-on SNES-style demake of the show. Read More
Google has new AR stickers coming to its Pixel devices, with rollout set to begin later this year. They use Google’s ARCore, which is designed as a easy way for Android developers to bring augmented reality experiences to device users. Show More Summary
The new Pixel 2 range will include a preview of Google Lens, along with some cool new AR stickers and features.
Eleven and the demogorgon from "Stranger Things" can battle it out in AR on your new Google Pixel 2 phone.