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Pick your Final Four with this 3D bracket generator

Brian Pincus
·1-min read

It's finally March. While we can't wait to begin to fill out our brackets, many of us have no idea where to start. Sixty-eight teams, all coming with their own set of strengths, regular-season challenges and compelling storylines. Plus with the odds of predicting a perfect bracket around 1 in 100 billion, the whole experience can be overwhelming.

Luckily, Yahoo Sports has got you covered. Introducing the Augmented Reality Final Four slot machine generator. This tool will randomly select one team from each corner of the men's bracket. So if you've missed the regular season, leave your bracket up to fate and try out this new way to make your picks.

The 3D experience can be viewed on both desktop and mobile.

For desktop:

  • Click on “View in 3D” above

  • Use your mouse to zoom and rotate the object

For mobile (optimal experience):

  • Click on “View in 3D” above

  • Tap on the camera icon in the upper right-hand corner of the browser

  • Press “allow” (this prompt should come up multiple times)

  • Place the object in your space, use your fingers to resize and rotate in augmented reality

  • To take a photo of what you’re seeing, tap on the screen and a camera icon will appear

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