Google rolls out massive update for its users
Tech giant Google has just rolled out another update for its users. The company has created a new app named as Blocks. The app will let one create things in virtual reality. Google said it rolled out the update to help people who are new to 3D modeling, enabling them to create things in VR with much ease.
Google said in a post,
“Today, it takes complex software and a specific skillset to create compelling VR and AR experiences. That software also requires building 3D objects on a 2D screen—something our brains aren’t wired to do. It occurred to us that creating the objects while in virtual reality could make this easier. So we developed Blocks, a VR app for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift that lets you easily create beautiful, 3D objects in no time”.
One can create things in this new Blocks app using just VR headset. The app is available on Steam for free. The app requires 60 MB space to install.
Moreover, the company has also recently launched its new TensorFlow object detection API, allowing researchers and developers to use the same technology company uses for its own operations; like image search.
Additionally, Google has also announced that the company is planning to update its Google Drive platform.