Taiwan-based handset maker, Asus introduced Zenfone AR smartphone at the ongoing CES 2017. In fact, the Zenfone AR becomes the first smartphone to support both Google’s Tango and DayDream technologies. We were live at the event and have got our hands on the phone. Let’s take a detailed look at hardware and specs of the phone. Continue reading “Asus Zenfone AR Hands On and Photo Gallery”
Google has big plans for its Project Tango and wants to use the technology for indoor 3D mapping, according to a report from Bloomberg.
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Google is apparently working together with Movidius which is a startup under Alphabet Inc just like Google. The collaboration is aimed at bringing deep learning technologies to smartphones.
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Google has announced that it is taking its Project Tango initiative outside of the US. The company has kick started sale of its 3D-mapping tablet in South Korea and Canada.
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3D-tracking tablet Project Tango is graduating from the Advanced Technology and Projects division (ATAP). The project will now be an integral part of the company.
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Google’s Project Tango tablet has appeared on the Play Store. The 7-inch Project Tango Tablet Development Kit is powered by NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 processor and comes equipped with an impressive 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.
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In addition to several announcements at the I/O developer conference, Google confirmed that Project Tango is coming to consumers next year. The company revealed that it is working on the tablet with LG and the device will be ready for consumers in 2015.
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Reports that surfaced online last month suggested that Google is working on tablets that boasts of advanced vision capabilities that can take precise 3D images of objects. Now, Google has made the tablets official by announcing a prototype for developers.
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Google is reportedly working on tablet that boasts of advanced vision capabilities that can take precise 3D images of objects, according a latest report from the Wall Street Journal. As per the sources, the 7 inch tablet is based on technology developed within Project Tango which is supervised by Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group.
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When Google bought Motorola, they got most of their teams and when they let go, they made sure they kept the ATAP(Advanced Technology And Projects) group. Now, Google has announced their latest Project Tango which is a smartphone that can measure dimensions of the surroundings. Project Tango is an ambitious project from Google and is now currently a 5inch Android running smartphone that comes with specialized software and hardware to map the world around it.
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