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Google adds an interactive periodic table to search

Google adds an interactive periodic table to search


Google adds an interactive periodic table to search

To facilitate the transition to life after a pandemic for children and families, announced that the company Google for some new features to search and voice assistant.

New features include Family Bell checklists, a new way to start your daily routine, and new stories and puzzles for the Google Nest Hub.

Family Bell comes to mobile : Family Bell is a feature via Google Assistant-powered smart speakers and smart displays that allows families to set school-style bell reminders for different activities throughout the day.

Family Bell Checklists : New customizable bells are coming to the Nest Hub. These bells start a checklist on the Nest Hub screen to motivate the kids to finish the required tasks (set by their parents) like making their beds, finishing their homework, brushing their teeth, etc.

And when a task is completed, the Nest Hub plays fun festive animations and sounds.

A new way to start your daily routine : You can now add Ignore Alarm as a trigger to your daily routine. Once you set this up from the Google Home app, the voice assistant automatically launches your daily routine — telling you about the weather, giving news updates, playing music, etc. — as soon as you dismiss the alarm.

New Stories and Puzzles: Users will soon be able to play stories from Pottermore Publishing via the smart screen powered by Google Assistant or an Android device.

Furthermore, the company has entered into a partnership with publisher The English Schoolhouse. This is to bring more diverse teaching tools and stories to Assistant in the coming weeks. On the Nest Hub, parents can play puzzles with the kids.


Google Adds Interactive Periodic Table

3D Periodic Table : The company's mobile and desktop search gets a new 3D periodic table that allows students to quickly visualize an atom.

The name of the chemical elements along with their symbol and atomic number are shown on the right side. When you select an item from the table, an interactive 3D visualization appears on the left side.

Students can zoom in on an atom to reveal more details such as electrons orbiting the nucleus, protons and neutrons.

Live translation : When you need to remember a specific word or phrase, you can use the Live Translate Assistant button in the search.

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