According to foreign media reports, Google search now has an AR ghost, or a dancing skull, a gruesome set of pumpkin lanterns, and disguised cats and dogs. Before the end of the Halloween weekend, Google launched a set of interesting ar features on Google search, which will appear in the user’s search options when using mobile devices to search for specific Halloween words. < / P > < p > for example, after searching for the word “Halloween”, when scrolling down the search results page, the user will see a prompt box indicating “summit up a 3D ghost”. You can see it when you click the “view in 3D” button. < / P > < p > it is understood that if users use iPhone to search, they need to move their mobile phones in the room before they can start, just like other AR applications. However, if it’s an Android device, the ghost will appear immediately, but it has a separate button “view in your space” to put the ghost in the user’s environment. < / P > < p > once the AR object is placed in the user’s room, it can move it to see it from different angles, close to or away from it, or drag it with its fingers. In addition, it even leaves shadows on the floor to make it look like it really does. < / P > < p > and the creepy thing is, when ar objects float or dance in the user’s space, Halloween music will also play as the background. In addition, users can take a photo or record a video if they want, and then share it with other platforms. < / P > < p > in addition, users may also see a pop-up at the bottom of the main login page of, which will advise users to try new ar features, but it does not always show up every time they visit. < p > < p > Google has been conducting AR function tests on Google search for a period of time, providing 3D models of animals, places, spaceships and celestial bodies, as well as 3D models of biological terms, anatomical systems, chemical terms, cars, shoes and even Santa Claus. < / P > < p > in addition to AR’s Halloween search, Google has introduced two new doorbell rings for its Hello nest device: black cat and werewolf. Of course, users can still use the last year’s Halloween doorbell. Global Tech

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