AR Stickers Arrive To Android Smartphones Thanks To Google's Motion Stills App

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AR Stickers Arrive To Android Smartphones Thanks To Google's Motion Stills App

Google is bringing augmented reality stickers to Android phones with the Motion Stills app. It works with almost any Android handset out there, as long as it runs on Android 5.1 or later and has a gyrocope and an accelerometer.

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Technology giant Google is all set to bring Augmented Reality (AR) stickers to its Android phones through Motion Stills app, the company has announced.According to TechCrunch, the update will bring some fun AR stickers on the Pixel 2, to a large group of Android devices."AR mode is powered by instant motion tracking, a six degree of freedom tracking system built upon the technology that powers Motion Text in Motion Stills iOS and the privacy blur on YouTube to accurately track static and moving objects," TechCrunch quoted Google engineers Jianing Wei and Tyler Mullen from their blog post

Google brings an AR mode to its Motion Stills app on Android

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Google’s Motion Stills video/gif editing app is getting an augmented reality upgrade, with the app bringing some of the fun from AR Stickers on the Pixel 2 to a bevy of Android devices. Read More

Google Motion Stills App Brings AR Stickers to All Android Smartphones

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The updated Google Motion Stills App is currently available for download via the Play Store.

Google brings AR stickers to Android phones through its Motion Stills app

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Google’s Research Blog announced today that it would be adding support for augmented reality stickers in the Motion Stills app, via CNET.

Google Brings AR Mode to ‘Motion Stills’ Android App

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Google recently launched an augmented reality mode for the Android version of its video capture app Motion Stills, which brings the ability to insert AR objects into the world so you can record GIFs and video. Much like Google’s AR stickers function for Pixel or Pixel 2, which lets you project 3D objects like Stranger Things characters

AR stickers are now available on most Android smartphones with Motion Stills

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After Google added AR stickers to its Pixel and Pixel 2 devices last year, a lot of Android users felt left out of the fun. Well, with Google's recent update to Motion Stills, Android users can now add AR stickers to their photos.

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Google’s Motion Stills started out as an ironically iOS-only app that employed otherwise geeky computer vision and algorithms to produce impressive and stabilized video clips. Motion Stills finally arrived on Android last year, but hasn’t exactly gotten much love since then. That changes today, with Google rolling out a new feature that plays to the company’s new-found love for augmented … Continue reading

Google’s Motion Stills gets updated with AR stickers, motion tracking inside

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If you haven’t tried Google’s Motion Stills yet, you might be missing out on a great tool to make looping GIFs that you can share on social media. Motion Stills is exactly what it sounds like – it’s an app that lets you capture short videos and create either looping GIF files or short videos