‘Star Wars’ Fans Can Have A Closer Digital Experience Through The Partnership Of Google and Disney
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” fans are now counting the days before the much-awaited premiere of the movie. Disney continues to step up it’s marketing efforts to make its presence felt more by the excited moviegoers. Recently, they have just sealed a deal with Google for another initiative projects.
According to Neowin, Google has just released an announcement about the collaborative efforts with Disney-Star Wars to offer more thrilling features in their products. One of it is these projects is “Awaken The Force Within”. Online users just have to visit google.com/starwars and they will be provided with the option of either joining the dark or light side.
What comes next is, “Google apps will then transform to reflect the path they choose. Special experiences have been developed for Android Wear Watches, Google Calendar, Chrome, Chromecast, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Now, Waze, and YouTube with added features for fans to discover on their Inbox by Gmail, Google Translate, and Google Search,” as stated by a company representative.
Another feature that Google will offer together with Verizon is the “Google Cardboard Virtual Reality” this coming Wednesday, Dec. 2, according to ScreenRant.
It will showcase a detailed narrative and exclusive access which is associated to the opening of the latest film installment of the franchise. Included in the product release is the four Google Cardboard viewer designs featuring iconic Star Wars photos.
This will help fans seek for the clues that will either confirm or dismiss some speculations and theories about the movie. It will soon be available to users of both iOS and Android devices. Three companies (ILMxLAB, Skywalker Sound, and Industrial Light & Magic) have shared their resources and workforce to come up with this cool virtual reality experience. Fans would definitely love all these new features.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will premiere this forthcoming Dec. 17.
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