Augmented Reality, usually abbreviated as AR, according to Wikipedia, is the term that defines the vision of a physical environment in the real world by means of an electronic device. That device adds virtual information to the physical information or image, and all the latter in real time.
Google has been experimenting in this field for quite some time, and although some of its inventions have failed, such as the renowned Google Glass, it has managed to apply its advances to other developments, as is the case of this Just a Line for Android.
Draw and sketch in real time
The app allows us to activate the camera of our smartphone and record images whilst we draw on them. Then the recording can be transformed into a short video that shows us the different sketches on the image.
As we mentioned above, this application is a result of the experiments developed by Google in the field of augmented reality as it has a lab that's exclusively dedicated to AR. In the case of this app, they've used the ARCore SDK, a toolset that allows developers to create different augmented reality experiences.
Press REC and draw on the picture in real time.
In this sense, the only drawback is that these apps aren't within everyone's reach as they usually demand the latest Android versions. In fact, this Just a Line requires Android 7.0 to be able to work.
In any case, if you've got an Android phone that meets the requirements needed to install the APK, we recommend you to download the installation file to make the most of a different experience in terms of drawing and augmented reality.