There were numerous promotions around the release of Stranger Things 3 last week, and Netflix even took over an entire baseball field over Augmented Reality at some point in time.
Now that the fans have had a week to kick off the show, Google has teamed up with The New York Times to deliver another AR treat for the series, this time directly from the site printed edition of the newspaper.
On Thursday, Google has one Launched a new Google Lens experience that allows users to see the 1980's old school advertising with the Starcourt Mall, the main theme, and an important script for Stranger Things 3 .
Fans of the show can find three different AR experiences, including the fictional 1985 shopping center on the Times ]. No, the Starcourt Mall is not really a place you can visit (sure, it's a real place, it's just not open for business).
You can access the lens via Google Assistant on Android and over The Google App for iOS.