A real Swingin’ Party is provided by Android 13’s AR and real-world statuary.

Google still assigns a number to each significant upgrade even if Android releases are no longer given sweet names. The Android 13 statue is famous for serving as a swing in both its AR and physical forms.

Google recently unveiled an Android 13 AR statue for the AOSP and Pixel launch, similar to how it did with 11 and 12 . On Android devices that support ARCore, there is a View in 3D button, and you can play with the model on the web .

Google’s design for the Android 13 statue is a swing, with the green bench serving as a sideways 1 and the blue top bar, from which metal chains stretch, serving as a 1 in the swing. There are thirteen written on the top portion, which houses the Android head, in 13 different languages, including 4-bit binary (1101).

In contrast to the desert statues, which are open to the public, you can see that detail on both the AR model and the actual statue in Mountain View, California.

Android 13 statue
Android 13 statue

That seems to be the Easter egg for this year. Red velvet cake (RVC) recipe was available for Android 11s, and other Material You snow cone flavors were available for Android 12. It would have been good to add something about tiramisu today.

Google offers the advice to shrunk the statue to create a chic desk ornament that would make a terrific toy similar to Newton’s Cradle. This year’s model is without a doubt the most creative and unique.

Notable songs include Swingin Party and Lordes cover by The Replacements.

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