Snapchat launches AR kite game to celebrate Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Pongal and other harvest festivals


Snapchat has launched an Augmented Actuality (AR)-based kite sport with a number of new lenses to have a good time harvest festivals in India like Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Poush Parbon, Magh Bihu, and Pedda Pandunga. Created by Tanishqua, the creator of Snap Lens, AR-based kite sport Kite Mania lets Snapchat customers create and fly their very own kites.

Whereas flying, customers might want to gather balls of rope and keep away from obstacles reminiscent of scissors and birds. Snapchat customers can use a themed lens that includes Til Ladoos and a mess of colourful kites floating within the sky to have a good time Makar Sankranti.

Snapchat Harvest Festival lenses Snapchat appears to have a lens for many of the harvest festivals in India. (Picture Supply: Snapchat)

If you wish to attempt the lenses talked about above, merely open Snapchat in your cellphone and seek for lenses. Alternatively, you’ll be able to open the Snapchat digicam and scan the code within the photographs above to make use of the respective lenses. Those that need to play the AR kite sport can play the sport by urgent the search icon on the Snapchat digicam and trying to find ‘Kite Mania’.

Customers also can attempt AR lenses created by Snap Lens Creator Ishpreet Singh, which embrace gadgets like Bonfire for Lohri and a bowl of Rasgulla for these celebrating Poush Parbon. If you happen to reside in Tamil Nadu and have a good time Pongal, the lens permits customers to share a pot of Payasam with family and friends. From Assam’s Magh Bihu lenses to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana’s Pedda Pandunga, Snapchat appears to be specializing in harvest festivals throughout the nation.

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