announced the latest updates in its Search and Maps to enhance the art search
experience, in a bid to inspire art enthusiasts to brush up their knowledge.
All search queries that are related to art would now
deliver more relevant results and an interactive knowledge panel and will allow
users to dive deeper into their topics of interest.
7 little-known useful Google products & services
Many of us have heard about the Google's well-publicized
moonshots: Smart contact lenses, self-driving cars, internet-beaming balloons,
and more. While those products and services sound amazing, most of us can't use
them till now. But the company actually has a cluster of many others that are
incredibly useful that you might not even know existed. As an example, did you
know Google has a massive free font library? Many of us not.
Below are some of the under-the-radar services Google
Google Keep is a wonderful notes and reminder app that
works both on PCs and smartphones.
With the use of Timer, you can set a timer on Google itself
and when time is up you’ll get an alarm to sound. You can set it by Googling
any amount of time followed by the term “timer."
If you want to peep into the far away universe objects, Google.com/sky
is the best way that allows you to explore the far reaches of the universe
using images captured from NASA satellite, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, and
the Hubble Telescope.
Google Books nGram Viewer is a fun tool that lets you
search for words in 5.2 million books published between 1500 and 2008 so you
can see how they've been used.
Google Input Tools
Similarly, Google Input Tools lets you type in over 80
different languages without having to download a special keyboard.
If you are having difficulty in searching for a document
on regular Google search, Google Scholar makes it incredibly easy for you to
search for information in professional journals and papers.
Get your culture on by using Google Art Project to check
out super high-res photos of artwork from the world's.
The company said in a statement, Google has also added a
new feature enabling a panoramic view that gives key insights about the art-works
on virtual museum visits.
With more than 500 million art-related searches on
Google, the Google Arts and Culture team worked with Google Search engineers to
improve systems understanding in recognition of art-works.
Google has also introduced new updates with the use of
machine learning, to Maps in order to enhance your virtual tour experience and
make it more informative.
"Now as you walk through the rooms of the museums on
Google Maps, you'll see clear and useful annotations on the wall next to each
piece," the company said.
The users will also be allowed to zoom into
high-resolution imagery, getting them closer to iconic works.