Assisted Melody allows you to compose your own music on a virtual musical score and make it have a “touch” of Bach. And don’t worry because you don’t need to have knowledge about music, as the Google team bet on a machine learning algorithm, based on the composer’s work.
The novelties also come to drawing, with Draw to Art. The resource uses machine learning to transform their sketches into pictures or sculptures with similar shapes. Draw the shapes that come to mind and see what works of art you will discover.
News also for lovers of travel and literature
On a “trip” around the world you can discover the pyramids of Giza or visit the Eiffel Tower. To do this, you must let the Hoper penguin be your guide and show you some of the most famous places in the world. And everything can be registered in a photo.
Literature is Google’s last bet, with Ocean of Books, a new way to explore this area. You may find out, for example, that Sherlock Holmes never said “Elementary, my dear Watson” or that John Steinbeck’s original manuscript “Rats and Men” was eaten by the author’s dog.
For those who like culture, Google Arts & Culture is a good way to explore this concept without leaving your home. In 2019, for example, the platform became part of an exhibition of the Palace of Versailles in virtual reality.