Here’s how to view Android 11 statue in AR

Google has officially announced Android 11, and the new operating system is already rolling out to Pixel phones. In honor of the release, Google has created a sculpture that you can view in augmented reality on any Android phone. Dave Burke, Android’s vice president of engineering, tweeted a picture of the virtual sculpture this afternoon.

Android traditionally puts a physical statue in Mountain View for each release – it was a huge number 10 signed by the Android team last year. 11 is the first Android statue to be fully in AR, and that makes sense since COVID-19 has put a brake on many people’s travel plans. It also comes with some fun effects – the Android logo will appear in various places around the statue when you see it, and there’s a red velvet cake recipe on the side.

If you are using an Android phone and want to examine the statue yourself, click this linkBurke also tweeted.

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