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Pokémon GO Introduces GO Snapshot – Sample Images

Here are some sample AR images from Pokémon GO’s new GO Snapshot feature rolling out soon. Trainers will be able to take photos of Pokémon currently in their storage in different settings anywhere.

This was a highly sought after feature from players and Niantic finally delivered with the announcement on Tuesday. So exciting!

Source: Niantic

Source: Niantic

Via Press Release:

Niantic, Inc and The Pokémon Company International
today announced GO Snapshot, a new augmented reality (AR)
photography feature that is coming soon to Pokémon GO. The new
enhanced AR feature turns the real world into a canvas for Trainers
where they can easily take photos of Pokémon and share their
adventures with their friends. GO Snapshot leverages the powerful
AR technology of the Niantic Real World Platform to better see and
understand the way a smartphone sees the world in real
time.

“We’ve been inspired by the incredible photos Trainers have taken
in AR+ mode and exploring new ways to further bridge the digital
and physical worlds through Niantic’s enhanced AR technologies,”
said Ryuta Hiroi, Product Manager, Niantic, Inc. “With the addition
of GO Snapshot in Pokémon GO, millions of Trainers worldwide will
soon be able to experience a whole new level of augmented reality
power, connecting with their favorite Pokémon in the real world
like never before.”

The GO Snapshot feature allows players to use their smartphones to
pose and take pictures of their favorite Pokémon in the real world.
Once a Trainer selects a Pokémon and scans their real-world
surroundings, they can select the position of the Pokémon where
they will appear to scale on their smartphones. Trainers can
interact with their Pokémon to get their attention and pose them in
unique ways to capture the ideal photo to be shared with
friends.

GO Snapshot will be launching soon to Pokémon GO.

Pokemon GO Milotic

Pokemon GO Milotic

Pokemon GO Alolan Vulpix

Pokemon GO Alolan Vulpix

Pokemon GO Pikachu

Pokemon GO Pikachu

Pokemon GO Starly

Pokemon GO Starly

Pokemon GO Psyduck

Pokemon GO Psyduck

Pokemon GO Regice

Pokemon GO Regice

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