Our partners are also making some fun stickers here and I wanna show some of them to you right now.
So let's start with the Netflix Original, my favorite show, Stranger Things.
Can't wait for season two.
Ready to see it?
Okay, time to set the mood
Okay, here's Leah using the pixel camera, we're looking at the AR stickers.
We're in the stranger things collection.
So, let's pick a character, let's Danny [UNKNOWN] and place him right next to me.
You need to have a cup of coffee, dude.
Notice how the creature's not just sitting around where you put it.
All right, it's not a dead sticker.
It's moving, it's reacting to what's around it.
We really paid attention to the motion, the physics, the lighting.
We want to make it feel like it's actually here.
Is it [LAUGH]?
Let's have some fun.
This is a great photo or video by the way please.
But let's have some fun here.
Leah, can we drop eleven into this [SOUND]
All right, okay, this is getting interesting.
Now we have two characters in the scene.
And notice how they're not just reacting to the environment around them.
They're reacting to each other.
Like they know each other's presences, that's a big reaction.
These interactions make for really interesting moments here.
Wow, that was fun.
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