It may be difficult to kill a beloved product, but Google has Pretty Good at for many years. The company even set up a cemetery on Halloween last year, filled with its own products. It now appears that another tombstone needs to be installed because Google announced that it will send its educational VR tour app Expeditions in the last outing and it will not appear again.
The Expeditions application will be closed on June 30th next year and will run well this year. With more children studying at home this year, Google said it has realized that generating an immersive experience that requires VR headsets is not the most feasible idea in the future.
Existing VR tours from Expeditions will be moved to the Google Arts & Culture app/website so that explorers can continue to discover them for free in the future. I am very happy to hear that the Expeditions team has created more than 800 cool VR and AR experiences in the past five years, from Leonardo’s creations to dinosaurs. Unfortunately, Google is unable to guide Expeditions to a place that can thrive in the current educational environment, but this will at least make the visit to the Google graveyard more exciting.
If your mood is educational, go ahead and download the Expeditions app from APK Mirror or Play Store, and try the adventure yourself, then go offline forever.