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Pokémon GO’s Zygarde 10% and an Elevator Ride, An Intriguing AR Interaction

In the ever-expansive world of Pokémon GO, players continuously find innovative ways to explore and interact with the game. From unlocking hidden features to discovering Easter eggs, the community never ceases to surprise us with its creativity. One recent discovery takes us into an elevator, where a Level 50 Team Mystic player, AvatarFailed39, embarked on a unique experiment.

Pokémon GO’s Snapshot feature allows players to take pictures with their Pokémon in the real world using augmented reality. It’s a fun way to capture memories and show off your favorite Pokémon. But have you ever wondered what would happen if you took a snapshot while riding an elevator? AvatarFailed39, intrigued by this very question, decided to put it to the test. Here’s what unfolded.

As they stepped into the elevator, AvatarFailed39 selected a Pokémon to accompany them and activated the Snapshot feature. As the doors closed and the elevator began its ascent, something unexpected happened. The Pokémon’s positioning within the augmented reality space began to shift unpredictably. The movement of the elevator seemed to have an unusual influence, creating an unexpected effect on the Pokémon’s stability within the AR environment.

Eager to share this intriguing discovery with fellow Trainers, AvatarFailed39 took to Twitter. The tweet, accompanied by videos and images, showcased the Pokémon’s unusual behavior within the confined space of the moving elevator.

This experiment opens up questions about how Pokémon GO’s AR technology interacts with real-world movement and space. While the Snapshot feature is designed to place Pokémon within a static environment, the elevator’s motion introduces a dynamic element that the AR technology may not fully account for.

It’s a reminder that Pokémon GO continues to be a platform for exploration and discovery, even in the most unexpected places. Whether it’s a glitch or an unintentional interaction, the finding adds a new layer of intrigue to the game.

Have you ever tried something similar or stumbled upon other unexpected interactions within Pokémon GO? We invite you to share your thoughts and experiences. Your discoveries, like AvatarFailed39’s elevator experiment, contribute to our understanding of this complex and engaging game.

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Dejan Kacurov

Hello everyone! My name is Dejan, but you can call me Mr.D. I enjoy all video games, especially Apex Legends, Pokemon Go, and Spider-Man. A husband and father of two who also goes to the gym often and does Crossfit. I got inspiration for gaming exactly 8 years ago, and I've been writing gaming news for 7 years. I hope that you will find all the answers to your questions regarding gaming on our site. Stay healthy, and love each other!

One Comment

  1. If they think the elevator interaction with the pokemon in pokemongo is interesting, try finding out you can do the same thing with walls. interacting with the walls is fun makes the pokemon look like they are floating in mid air lol.

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