Back in May, Google demonstrated an innovative innovation system that took the phone's camera to provide an enhanced GPS reality guide. Although the exhibition was very promising, the element was not considered to be available immediately, even for testing. However, the company is now allowing people to choose, mostly Local Guidelines with access to a preview of Maps of Maps, use the feature, and David Pierce from Wall Street Journal was among lucky people to the first try.

you walked all that seemed like a thousand in the wrong direction before our common phone ends and made us the wrong way. These days are almost over, as Google's AR-based guidance brings on our lives gradually. Although the version tested on the WSJ is not final, it helps us to think better about what's emerging.

The future version of the Maps application will allow you to access a special AR mode through a dedicated button or by raising your phone. Initially, you will be encouraged to move your hand holding around so that it can recognize the surrounding monuments to compare them with GPS data and compass data. Then, the application will show your camera input on your screen and overlay arrows that focus on your destination. There is still a traditional map at the bottom of your screen so you have an bird's attitude to the place you are in control. Google is not expecting you to use this feature throughout the entire guide but you would like you to easily navigate complex interconnections. If you keep walking with your camera on the street, the application will ask you to set the device to save battery as you should only use it.

Although this feature seems to be exclusive for pedestrian instructions now, I love to use it while driving. I really grew up with a new MBUX based on AR Mercedes-Benz (which you can see below) that I can not imagine going back to a traditional navigation system. I believe Google will work on additional safety features before allowing you to use this one for your mobile, as you probably do not want to keep your phone up while driving!

We look forward to seeing this heart to the masses, and we will let you know as soon as you can do it for turns.