View 3D/Augmented Reality-content directly from the browser with no need for additional installed apps. With the release of iOS 12 and the use of a file-format called usdz, it's now possible to view 3D/AR-content without installing an additional app. Just click on a link and place your content in AR, it's that easy. Since the release of the usdz-format, Google has been working to create the same seamless 3D/AR experience for Android, using an industry standard called gltf. With the combination of both formats, we're able to create 3D/AR-content for iOS and Android, served direcly from the browser. The gallery below contains examples from our growing collection of usdz/gltf-based experiences. View the content directly in the browser or click on the models to start placing them in AR. To view the content in AR, make sure you're running iOS 12 on a device newer than the iPhone 6 or use an ARCore enabled Android-device.