Watch Alisha Marie capture her entire glamping adventure thanks to the amazing camera on her #Pixel.
Learn more about the Pixel, a phone by Google: https://google.com/phone
Be sure to check out all of the Pixel feature videos #MadebyGoogle:
Puppies! by Connor Franta, Phone by Google: https://goo.gl/y13h80
The Perfect Piece by Todrick Hall, Phone by Google: https://goo.gl/EpPqWF
Magenta is a Google Research project that uses machine learning to create new tools for artists and musicians. Full video here → https://g.co/go/NFmagenta
Check out the Magenta website → https://g.co/magenta
Try NSynth: Sound Maker → https://experiments.withgoogle.com/ai/sound-maker/view/
Hear Andrew Huang’s full track → https://youtu.be/AaALLWQmCdI
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Follow Paul Smith, a true master of color combinations, inside his workshop and see how he’s experiencing colors in a new way with Art Palette, a new Machine Learning experiment by Google Arts & Culture. Try out here: https://g.co/artpalette
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Learn more about our research efforts to create a machine learning and augmented reality-powered microscope for real-time detection of cancer, helping to make pathologists more efficient and ultimately to save patient lives.
Learn more: https://research.googleblog.com/2018/04/an-augmented-reality-microscope.html
Google’s data centers are the physical infrastructure that supports the Cloud and keeps Google products running 24/7. Learn how Google's US data center investments contribute significantly to job growth and income gains at both the national and state level.
Learn more at https://www.google.com/about/datacent
Ever since Morse opened developer Tania Finlayson’s world, she’s been working to make it accessible for everyone.
Interested in learning Morse code or using the keyboard Tania developed with the Gboard team? Visit https://g.co/morse
Introducing the Lookout app, coming to the Play Store later this year.
Lookout is an Android app designed to help people who are blind or visually impaired gain more independence by giving real-time spoken cues about objects, text and people around them. Lookout can be used with minimal interaction, allowing users to stay engaged with their current activity.
Stay in touch for the latest updates by following @googleaccess on Twitter.
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