Google collaborates with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation – shows endangered Swedish animals in 3D

Google can display 3D animations of animals in augmented reality on phones that support ARCore, something we tipped about last year. The animals are displayed in the camera viewfinder.

Through cooperation with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Google can now show five Swedish endangered animals. Those who search for mountain foxes, porpoises in the Baltic Sea, lynx, moss bumblebees or white-backed woodpeckers must be able to find these animals in the viewfinder.

More about how it works is described here.

Sweden, which is home to much of the iconic wildlife in the northern hemisphere — from moose and bears to reindeer and wolverines— currently has 2,249 threatened species, according to the IUCN Red List.

Each of these animals plays a vital role in the ecosystem we are all a part of, yet according to a recent study by Kantar Sifo, 30% of Swedes don’t believe or know if there are animals currently at risk of becoming extinct in Sweden.

Source: Swedroid by

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