When you search on Google, you can view some results in 3D and augmented reality (AR).
What you need
- To view 3D results: An Android phone with Android 7 and up.
- To interact with 3D results in AR: An Android phone that supports ARCore. Check which devices support ARCore.
Find & interact with 3D results
- On your Android phone, go to google.com or open your Google app .
- Search for an animal, object, or place.
- If a 3D result is available, tap View in 3D .
- To interact with the 3D result in AR, tap View in your space.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
What’s available in AR
Important: This feature isn’t available in some countries and regions.
Here are some examples of what you can search for and experience in AR:
Tiger, giant panda, leopard, goat, cheetah, pony, brown bear, timber wolf, Shetland pony, python, Arabian horse, raccoon, hedgehog, and deer
Underwater & wetland animals
Mallard duck, alligator, great white shark, octopus, angler fish, and sea turtle
Macaw, emperor penguin, and eagle
Pomeranian, golden retriever, labrador, rottweiler, French bulldog, pug, and cat
Human anatomical systems
Human digestive system, respiratory system, endocrine system, female reproductive system, nervous system, lymphatic system, male reproductive system, integumentary system, excretory system, peripheral nervous system, urinary system, skeletal system, muscular system, and circulatory system
Mitochondrion, prokaryote, endoplasmic reticulum, bacterium, eukaryote, plant cell, rough endoplasmic reticulum, nucleolus, flagellum, cell membrane, animal cell, Golgi apparatus, ribosomes, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, chromatin, nuclear membrane, fimbria, bacterial capsule, plasmids, central vacuole, cristae, plasma membrane, cell wall, and cisternae
Functional group, Organic chemistry, Methyl acetate, Propanol, Salicylic acid, 1-Bromobutane, Hydrocarbon, Alkane, Electrolyte, Ionic bonding, Covalent bond, Chemical bond, Metallic bonding, Chemical compound, Ethene, Orbital hybridisation, and Quantum mechanical model
Monocotyledon, Dicotyledon, Eukaryotic chromosome structure, Red blood cell, Monocyte, Neutrophil, Basophil, and Eosinophil
Chauvet cave, Neil Armstrong, and Apollo 11 command module