Google Lens’ new ‘Homework’ filter will transparent up math problems from {a photograph}

Google lens has been giving students — and their parents — a couple of helpful equipment to make learning from home a little easier introduced by Google. Back in May, it launched an augmented reality feature within Search that permits you to view 3D anatomy fashions and mobile constructions. And shortly the tech giant will allow you to solve math issues simply by taking a photograph of them the use of Google Lens.

The corporate is using technology from the cellular learning app Socratic, which it received last year, to power the approaching Lens feature. When it arrives, all you’ll need to do is snap a p.c of your study material and then highlight an equation or a particular problem you can’t seem to solve to get quick access to step-by-step guides and detailed explainers. The idea is to make it easy to look up mathematical ideas providing you with hassle since you need to be able to understand them to be able to apply them. Google didn’t say when the Lens feature will roll out, but Socratic itself is available as standalone apps for iOS and Android.

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