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.
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