How exciting can it be to have a 3D animated alien roam in your house through your smart phone, thanks to Google! The option of having 3D animals at your houses, using the smart phone 3D feature is not new to anyone now. Well, very recently Google has added Grogu or baby Yoda in the google search result too. The Baby Yoda, now rightly named as Grogu is going to come in 3D with google search to you through smart phones. Google is jumping abord the hype train, adding a new bit of fun to your searches – the option to view Grogu in 3D as a detailed object, including the option to project him onto your environment using augmented reality (AR). It’s a little trick that’ll need you to have the Google app on your phone, rather than just a browser search, and appears when you search for Grogu. You will find him stand there adorably, looking around. It’s a neat little feature that could engage your kids. If you don’t know who is Grogu yet, well, he is a character from the Star Wars Disney+ original T.V. series The Mandalorian. He is an infant member of the same unnamed alien species as the Star Wars characters Yoda and Yaddle, with whom he shares a strong capability in force.
Grogu / Baby Yoda can be invited into your home using Google’s 3D model and augmented reality experience.
As of now, searching for the terms Baby Yoda, Grogu or The Child on Google Search will pull up a 3D model of this tiny, adorable alien Grogu and users can view it in their own room. Google Search on mobile has been home to a variety of fun 3D models of things like many animals since a while. Searching any of the three aforementioned terms pulls up an info panel about the character. Aditionally, to pictures and a brief description, the info panel includes a 3D model. Tap on that model, which will pull up an interactive version that you can rotate with your fingers. The model includes voice effects, as well as an AR mode. By tapping the option to view Grogu in your home, you can give the Google app access to your device’s camera. Point the camera at the floor or any other empty surface in a room and the 3D model will appear on it including animations and sound effects.
According to a few reviews, you might be a little disappointed to find out that, once he gets there, Grogu doesn’t actually do many things except from standing there, occasionally looking around. There’s no interaction to speak of, whereas avatars from Google’s now erstwhile Playground feature were far more prone to respond to their environment. However, he does make all those lovable little noises that have made him such a hit. This is the second collaboration between Google and The Mandalorian, following on from The Mandalorian AR Experience, which launched last month, though only on a limited range of devices. The Grogu AR search result is the first tie-in we’ve seen, in a service that tends to concentrate on real animals, birds, biological functions, and cultural or heritage sites. It does mean, however, that a few more people will learn about the fun you can have making AR objects appear in your space. Let us hope that in coming days these interesting 3D features and characters be more and more interacting, engaging and do a lot of fun for the users.