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Google teams up with Disney for ‘The Mandalorian’ AR experience

The Mandalorian AR Experience application optimised for 5G devices, allows you to interact with display characters and explore secret features.

Google has partnered up with Disney to introduce the The Mandalorian” Star Wars streaming series to virtual reality.

The Mandalorian AR Experience software designed for 5G smartphones, helps you to connect with display characters and explore secret features.

“The Mandalorian AR Experience puts you in the shoes of a bounty hunter following the trail of Mando himself, Din Djarin and the Child. Explore the world of “Mandalorian” interact with characters in augmented reality and capture your very own scenes to share with friends,” Google said in a statement.

The application was developed using Google’s new ARCore technologies with features including occlusion that make 3D scenes blend into the real world.

The Mandalorian AR Experience app can now be downloaded from the Play Store by Google’s new Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 handset users.

The application is also compatible with a range of other popular 5G-enabled Android phones, including OnePlus 8T, OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20 Series, and Galaxy Note 20 Series, reports Android Central.

Pixel phones formerly featured Star Wars: Last Jedi AR stickers, but Google has since stepped away from placing content in the Camera app for more commonly accessible options, such as today’s offering and AR animals.

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