Google Lets You Send a Kiss to Anyone, Anywhere in the World

Burberry Kisses, a new campaign from Google lets you send a kiss to anyone, anywhere in the world

Burberry Kisses is the latest campaign in Google Art, Copy & Code project. Now, in partnership with Burberry Kisses, Google let "you send a kiss to anyone, anywhere in the world."

To get started, simply visit and pucker up in front of your webcam.

"Using unique kiss-detection technology, the site will detect the outline of your actual lips, which you can choose to dress up with a Burberry lipstick color. If you're using your touch screen mobile or tablet, you can actually kiss your screen and your lip outline will be taken from there.

After that, write a short message and send it to someone from your Google+ friends list or via email. Then sit back and see the envelope with your message fly from your city to the receiver's destination across a 3D landscape.

The receiver gets an email, from which they can see the same journey, read your message and hopefully respond with a kiss of their own," explains Google.

Burberry Kisses and Google enable virtual kisses

With wedding season in full swing, you can now turn to the Google Search App to help you look your best for the big day.

You can now ask Google questions such as "Where can I get a manicure?", or say "Where can I get a haircut?" etc. --and you'll see the top listings for businesses in the area near you.

Plus, "you'll get user reviews and ratings so you can pick the best spot, especially if you're an out-of-town guest without local know-how," informs Google.

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