Google invites you to the magical world of J.K. Rowling

If you consider yourself a fan of the stories of the writer J.K. Rowling, you read all the books about the wizard Harry Potter or you saw all his movies.
Google invites you to the magical world of J.K. Rowling
Google invites you to the magical world of J.K. Rowling

You should know that the film adaptation of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" (also titled "Fantastic Animals and Where to Find Them") is about to be released. And for the most fanatical who are waiting with real eagerness the film, which will be unveiled this November 18 in theaters worldwide, Google has made a collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures, to distribute a few references to the magical world of the writer British, on the web.

Each and every one of the references to the film can be found in several of the platforms of google, from links in a website created with the reason to promote the film. Among the options left by the internet giant, will take us to its platforms Google Street View, YouTube, Daydream, to the use of its own Google assistant, Google Allo and the same browser is in it.

The first of the 6 options offered by Google, is the use of the Google assistant, which we activate with the voice saying "Ok, Google." "Your spells", is that he can respond by naming any of the spells we mention, of which only 3 are available: "Lumos", "Nox" and "Silence", which depending on their magic features Within history are to activate the flash of the camera, to turn it off and to silence the device, respectively are in that order.

"A magical transformation", which when selected will give way to the last trailer of the movie, on YouTube. "Magic messages", this will allow you to download a pack of stickers to collect in the Allo app. "Magic Maps" will allow you to see places in New York that were used to shoot the movie, as these are to be seen in it, and you can view them in 360 degrees with the help of Street View. "Virtual Magic", which will be able to test a demo of virtual reality in which you can manipulate the magic that envelops the suitcase of the protagonist, Newt Scamander, thanks to Google VR project, Daydream. "Start searching", this is simply a direct link to the search for the name of the movie on Google.

Google has entered the fever for the search of fantastic animals, and with it we can experience their references to the film, before the arrival of this to the theaters.

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