Johannes Vermeer, Google Arts & Culture, has published an article on the World Wide Web iOS and Android, "The Art of Color" features 33 famous paintings from around the world, with Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh among the featured artists.
Like the Vermeer gallery ARKit or ARCore.
To access "The Art of Color" feature, first open the app, then click on the icon icon button located at the bottom of the app. The next menu will show you a menu including the Pocket Galley option.
Once you're done, you can tap on the "Art of Color" option. icon, located at the bottom of the screen, and download the new feature. When that's done, just tap the Enter button and you'll be immersed in a virtual gallery in your real world location. The experience almost becomes a VR experience, except users can still see the real world through the doors of the gallery.
Once immersed in the gallery, users can walk around to to transport themselves to various wings of the digital museum.
"One of the goals of the Google Arts & Culture team is to find new ways to bring people closer to art. From O'Brienne's 'Red Cannas' and Amrita Sher-Gil's 'Mother India' or Hokusai's 'South Wind, Clear Dawn,' said Andy Joslin [google.com]
all in 'on AR, so much so that they've been consolidated all o
In recent years, the Google Arts & Culture Initiative has published its VR Experiments, but augmented reality is increasingly front and center for the team, including at Art Projector tool that brings life-sized individual works of art into the user's personal space.
Outside of its mobile app, the team also has to partner with other organizations to tell their stories in augmented reality. For example, the team assisted CERN in using AR to explore the Big Bang. The Google team also spearheaded the Notable Women project, which is widely used in AR.
AR to digitally insert historically famous women into real currency.
one of Google's favorite palettes for immersive experimentation.