Snapchat's New AR Features Can Identify The World Around You

 Snapchat's New AR Features Can Identify The World Around You

Snapchat's New AR Features Can Identify The World Around You

Snapchat can now help with your homework. The app's camera is becoming the foundation of an augmented reality developer platform known as Scan.

Meanwhile, scan will roll out to all Snapchat users very soon, and developers interested in joining the platform can do well to contact Snap.

Snap has announced partnerships with Photomath to add the ability to solve math problems, and Giphy for detecting objects, which then spawn related GIFs onscreen. 

Before now, Snapchat's camera could just identify songs with Shazam and recognize objects so you could buy them on Amazon, but now instead of just offering a few scattered tools, Snapchat is crystallizing its plan to let you reveal hidden information about the world around you.

Hence, the new camera lets the natural light from our world penetrate the darkness of the internet as we use the internet more and more in our daily lives.

It will interest you to know that when users tap and hold on the Snapchat camera, they will start to Scan their surroundings and answers to math equations will magically appear.

Snapchat's New AR Features Can Identify The World Around You | Creative AR Features 

Outside of utility, Snapchat is also adding a slew of new creative AR features to keep that audience entertained and loyal.

Outside of utility, Snapchat is also adding a slew of new creative AR features to keep that audience entertained and loyal.

However, for developers and Lens creators using Snap's Lens Studio tools, Snap is launching new Creator Profiles where they can show off all the Lenses they have contributed. 

In Conclusion, Snapchat says Lenses are coded to be compatible with not just iOS and Android, but future AR hardware platforms.
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