I’ve been meaning to write about this cool new Google feature that lets users place a dinosaur just about anywhere, using augmented reality. It came out in July but I totally spaced.

But fortunately, I was reminded about it today when I was searching on Google using my phone and a little box came up and read “Summon up a 3D ghost” with the same box it had for the dinosaur, and the words, “View in 3D.”

Of course, I dropped what I was doing and summoned a ghost. I was worried it might be a little too scary for my four-year-old but it’s a happy looking ghost and he loved it. I think he was more afraid of the dinosaur because you can really get up close with them and even see the scales of their skin. Another cool feature is that it allows you to take a picture so here’s one with Jack checking out the ghost.

FYI: To get the dinosaur (or ghost) just search Google on your phone for either Dinosaur or Halloween.

H/T: I learned about from KTLA’s Rich DeMuro.

Johnny Jet
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2 Comments On "JUST FOR FUN: The Google App Kids and Parents Will Love"
  1. Terry|

    I don’t understand this…..and I really want to do it.

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      This video from my buddy Rich should help explain it http://bit.ly/2NdoCDo

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