oogle recently updated its Arts & Culture feature with a new feature specifically for animal lovers called Pet Portraits, which takes a picture of your pet and you. to. combines with art.
The. The latest update, which started rolling out to some of the best Android phones this week, opens directly to the new Pet Portraits mode by selecting the l icon. to. camera. By selecting “Take a photo”, you can either capture an image of your pet with the viewfinder or upload one using it. to. gallery from your phone.
The. function will parse l. to. image and l. to. You will compare and compare with various works of art in the museum, listed by percentage of similarity. From there, you can retake, save, or share it. to. image. You can even enter a slideshow to show all the different artworks or select an artwork to view. to. full image, as well as the artist and museum in which it appears.
If this sounds acquainted to you, it’s because Puppy Portraits dates back to him. to. Google’s Artwork Selfie feature that went viral for a moment a few years ago. That feature is still around and can be accessed from the new carousel layout in it. to. Arts & Tradition camera that replaces l. to. previous list view.
Google makes sure to inform the user before use that the images are only processed on the device and not sent to the servers. Also, only you can see the images unless you choose to share them.
The. function seems to be part of it. to. version 9.0.27 of l. to. application, which may not yet be implemented on all devices (some of our devices, such as the LG Wing, have, while others do not).