Augmented reality (AR) stickers by Google’s are a fun on its Pixel smartphones. You can drop animated characters — sometimes promotional ones such as Star Wars storm troopers or the Stranger Things crew into the frame your camera is capturing and they look almost convincingly real and amazing.
Tech giant Google has also released other add-on Augmented reality sticker packs including some of the foodmoji characters (a burger, donut, coffee cup, etc) and the ability to have 3D text float in AR space. But now the company has removed those two packs from the main AR Stickers app and given them separate Play Store listings, allowing Pixel owners to save a little bit of space on their phones if they have zero interest.
The foodmoji pack is 24.66MB and the text pack comes in at a little under 5MB, so you’re not saving all that much storage, but it’s something. Remember that it’s Google’s ARCore tech doing most of the work here, and the main AR Stickers software is still required; you can’t just download these add-ons and use them standalone. That means these AR Stickers are still very much PixeL.
All these efforts are made to improve & optimize the user experience on Augmented reality