After spending a couple of years as a developer-only effort, Project Tango is finally ready to go mainstream.
Lenovo and Google are collaborating on the first consumer Project Tango smartphone, and they’re going to release it this summer for less than $500. Little is known about the device, including its design, but ... Read More »
The string of big Google I/O announcements carried into the second day of the conference with a tease of the next Project Tango smartphone.
Qualcomm says that it’s building the next Project Tango smartphone and that the reference device will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor ... Read More »
Google’s Project Tango, which seeks to create devices with 3D mapping capabilities, is leaving Google ATAP and heading to its own department within Google itself. Google ATAP is Google’s fast-paced, temporary project development lab, and ATAP stands for Advanced Technology and Projects. The highly-skilled group makes up the brains behind breakthrough projects such ... Read More »
Google’s Project Tango tablet has made an appearance on the Google Play Store. Don’t get your hopes up too quickly, though, because the developer tablet isn’t yet for sale. And when it does come up for sale, you’re going to have to pay a pretty penny for it; specifically, $1,024. Project ... Read More »
iFixit has performed one of its usual teardowns on an unusual device, Google’s prototype Project Tango tablet. Project Tango is Google’s initiative to create a device that uses 3D mapping to render the world around you in software. As such, there’s some pretty interesting hardware inside the Project ... Read More »
Imagine what you could do with a tablet that uses a myriad of sensors and cameras to plot exactly where you are in a 3D map of your environment. Every person and object around you becomes fair game for assets in an augmented reality role playing game. You could try on clothes or redesign your ... Read More »
Earlier this year, Google introduced us to Project Tango, an Android-powered smartphone that contained multiple sensors for creating 3D maps. Today that project is expanding to include a 7-inch tablet.
Google today outed the Project Tango tablet, a developer device that can capture images of the environment around it and ... Read More »
Remember Project Tango? The Google project included its effort to build an Android smartphone with an advanced visual processor known as Myriad 1. This technology used sensors to take in details of the device’s surroundings, including depth and objects, to create a three-dimensional map of the world around it.
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