You might have already heard about Google AR objects, which you can see in augmented reality using Android or iPhone. Now, you can view your favorite athletes from the Tokyo Olympic games 2021 in AR. You can bring them to your living space and even add them to your photos. Here is how to view Athletes in AR in your location.

Google added some of the Olympics athletes from different regions to its AR service, which means you can see your favorite players in life-size at your place. All you need is an Android or iPhone that supports ARCore to see them.


List of Olympics athletes in Google AR:

  • Alexander Massialas (USA – Fencing)
  • Simone Biles (USA – Gymnastics)
  • Megan Rapinoe (USA – Football/Soccer)
  • Caeleb Dressel (USA – Swimming)
  • Dina Asher-Smith (Britain – Track)
  • Leticia Bufoni (Brazil – Skateboarding)
  • Niklas Kaul (Germany – Decathlon)
  • P.V. Sindhu (India – Badminton)
  • Naomi Osaka (Japan – Tennis)

How to See Olympics Athletes in 3D on Android and iPhone

1. Open the Google Search app on your phone and search Olympics (or name of the athlete).

2. Scroll down until you see Athletes in 3D. Here you can see all available athletes, their details, and View in 3D button.

3. Tap on the ‘View in 3D’ button and then tap on the ‘View in your space’ button.

4. It will open the athlete in your camera viewfinder.

5. Point your phone downwards and move it around to place the athlete in your place.

6. Now, tap on the View actual size option or pinch or zoon to make the person on a real-life scale.

7. If you want to take photos, tap on the camera button.

View Olympics athletes in 3D

That is how to see your favorite Olympic athletes in your space using the Google AR service. You can use Android phone runs on Android 7.0 or higher with ARCore support (check your device has AR core support), and iPhone runs on iOS 11.0 or higher.

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