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New Google Maps AR feature recognises buildings navigates users in REAL TIME

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New Google Maps AR feature recognises buildings navigates users in REAL TIMEGoogle map users can in the future point their phones at what they see and the app will recognise the landmarks and locate their positioning more accurately on GPS
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According to Gizmodo, Last year, Google teased a future in which our phones could orient us using our cameras. Now, the Wall Street Journal was able to preview what it said is “an early version” of Maps with Augmented Reality. The tested feature is reportedly similar to the one AR Google...

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