Project Tango, later just called Tango, was an augmented reality system designed for mobile use. You could buy tablets and even phones supporting the technology, though the tech never really went mainstream (it was used by researchers).
I use the word “was” because Google has announced that support for ... Read More »
During the second day of Google I/O, a big focus is on augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), markets that Google wants to capitalize on. That includes Project Tango for AR and the Daydream VR platform. Devices are a necessity for Google to achieve that, and today ASUS announced some news ... Read More »
ASUS is hosting a ZenFone event at CES later this week, but one of the company’s new devices leaked out today.
The ASUS ZenFone AR will be the second Google Tango smartphone. Images of the ZenFone AR have been revealed ... Read More »
It’s long been a dream to use technology to create a different world, a new world. We don’t to simply shape the world around us, we want to escape to somewhere new, somewhere exciting. Virtual and augmented reality are the latest steps in achieving this.
Google has been quietly working on augmented reality for several ... Read More »
Motorola CEO, Aymar de Lencquesaing, today announced that the company is looking into creating a Tango Moto Mod for the company’s flagship Moto Z smartphone. de Lencquesaing said the following about the compay’s plans:
Lenovo has become the first manufacturer to create a Tango smartphone for consumers with the Read More »
Back in June, Lenovo officially showcased the Phab 2 Pro to the world as the first Google Tango smartphone, and now the handset is available to buy.
Lenovo has opened orders for the Phab 2 Pro today, with shipments to start within five to seven business days after the order is place. The Phab ... Read More »
It’s been since June that Lenovo announced the Phab2 Pro, the world’s first smartphone to utilize Google’s Tango technology for depth-sensing cameras. At that time, Lenovo stated the device would be available globally at the beginning of September, though the release date was later pushed to a vague timeframe of fall ... Read More »
Today at Lenovo Tech World in San Francisco, Lenovo announced its new PHAB2 family of devices. This family includes the PHAB2, PHAB2 Plus and the highlight of them all, the PHAB 2 Pro, which is the world’s first smartphone to be powered by Google’s Tango technology. Let’s take a look at ... Read More »
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 »