Google has partnered up with Universal, Amblin Leisure (creators of the Jurassic Park/Earth franchise) and Ludia (creators of the Jurassic Earth Alive AR spot-based recreation) to get you up shut and personal with 10 of the franchise’s dinosaurs.

You can see Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor, Triceratops, Spinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Pteranodon, and Parasaurolophus on 3D on your mobile phone, and in AR in the room about you.

The technological innovation at the rear of Google’s 3D and AR objects in Search is always improving upon – the dinosaurs are dynamically lit in accordance to your surrounds. Dinosaurs are huge, so Google’s new vehicle-scale feature scales them down for your room and included a button to scale the beasts up to their true size.

If your dwelling room isn’t big enough to maintain a Brachiosaurus, its alright – you can also scale him down to adorably tiny dimensions!

You can snap pics of the dinosaurs in AR, and make a online video too.

Google’s new AR dinosaurs are stay now in Lookup – just plug in the title of the dinosaur you want to see from the checklist higher than. You’ll need to be managing Android 7+ for 3D information, and ARCore-enabled equipment for AR.

If you cannot get plenty of of all those massive dinos, there’s a lot more of them around now than ever before: there’s a new motion picture, Jurassic Globe: Dominion, coming our way upcoming year (* possibly 🤷‍♂️) but in the meantime there is Fight at Large Rock to whet your dinos-and-individuals appetite, and Jurassic Earth: Alive to participate in on your mobile phone.