Love Drawing Lines In The Air? Google Launches Augmented Reality App To Do Just That

Love Drawing Lines In The Air? Google Launches Augmented Reality App To Do Just ThatA user using Just A Line at a Subway Station (Google AR Labs/Youtube)

American tech giant Google has launched a new Augmented Reality (AR) app that allows users to draw white lines in the air. Aptly named Just A Line, the app allows users to only draw white lines in the air.

Termed as an AR experiment, the app – while similar to others like Snapchat or Instagram’s filters – features realistic line, according to The Verge. Google also released a video promotion showing users plenty of ways to use the app.

Based on Google’s previous app Tilt Brush – which allowed users to paint in the air using Virtual Reality (VR) using compatible devices – Just A Line functions on any phone compatible with ARCore, thus limiting its use to higher-end devices such as Google’s flagship Pixel line of phones and several OnePlus and Samsung Galaxy devices.