A new tear down from iFixIt gives us a better look at Google’s Project Tango tablet.
NASA’s plans to send robots powered by Google’s Project Tango 3D smartphones to the International Space Station remains on track, with the launch scheduled for July 11th.
As exciting as it was to see Android L in action, and hear about some of Google’s plans for TV and auto, there were plenty of other things on our wish list that got no keynote love.
“You’re going to get a glimpse of a small band of pirates trying to do epic shit.” This is how Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group boss Regina Dugan began her presentation yesterday at Google I/O.
ATAP has revealed that the first consumer-oriented Tango device will be released early next year, with LG as Google’s launch partner.
Ever wondered what Project Tango’s 3D mapping technology was all about? Turns out it can power some amazing applications! Come check out this concept video.
Google has now officially announced its Project Tango tablet, powered by a Tegra K1 CPU with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Project Tango took a quadrotor drone for a little test flight, and now we hear rumor of a 7-inch tablet version that could be in the hands of developers in just a few short weeks.
Google has now announced it has been working with NASA since last year with the goal of using Project Tango within NASA’s SPHERES robotic platform.
Some camera specifications for Google’s Project Tango have been released. It turns out that the Phone comes equipped with four, yes 4, built-in camera sensors, including two extended Field of View sensors, an IR depth sensor and a normal camera sensor to round it all out.