In the more densely populated areas of the world, as well as GPS and Wi-Fi is not a reliable way to pinpoint your location, and that can get pretty frustrating when trying to navigate through the city, either on foot or by car. Thanks to the new AR feature, Google Maps users on Android will allow you to make use of the Live View, AR, to pinpoint exactly where they are, and what direction they are facing.
Google Maps is launched, Live, View, walking trails, nearly a year ago, and that is what you can do is follow the instructions below for a walk through how to use the camera on your phone to identify where you are in relation to landmarks and other visual references from Google ” s Street View imagery.
Google Maps-Live View AR-location of calibration
We will be able to confirm to you that the stable version of Google Maps include an option to calibrate the location based on the use of Live View, AR, in the USA, at our OnePlus 8. Just tap on the blue location dot and click to select the option. Don’t forget, this is only working on Android-powered smartphones which have the camera support, to ARCore and apps. This only works where Street View is available through Google.
Once you have chosen to allow Maps to access your camera to scan the area around you, so that Google can recognize where you are.