After being originally leaked by Qualcomm a few days ago, now Asus' ZenFone AR headset is finally official. The flagship device supports both virtual and augmented reality with Tango and Daydream.
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The first phone with Google's Project Tango is here in the form of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. With a massive 6.4-inch QHD display and some cool features, here's our unboxing and first impressions.
Clay Bavor, head of Google's VR and AR teams announced the release date for Google's and Lenovo's phones. The Lenovo Phab2 is the first mobile with Google's depth sensing, 3D camera system.
Qualcomm was happy to announce earlier today that it would be supporting Google's Tango mixed reality technology with its chips. The first Snapdragon to support it is the 652 but the 820 will follow.
Lenovo has finally unveiled its Project Tango handset that was first teased at CES 2016. The Phab2 Pro will be available in September globally and be priced at $499 USD.
Lenovo's second annual 'Tech World' event will be hosted this week and it will be the platform from which the company unveils its Project Tango smartphone. New Motorola devices will also be revealed.
Lenovo has announced their plans to release a Project Tango device that will be available to consumers starting this summer. Lenovo was mum on specifics, but did say it would cost under $500 USD.
More than a year since its unveiling, Project Tango is once again in the news as Google and Qualcomm are co-developing a pocketable protoype featuring the technology for a wider release.
Google has unveiled a new Project Tango tablet that is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra K1. The 7-inch tablet will not be coming to market but will be available to developers later this year.
Google is reportedly working on a 7-inch tablet with 3D mapping features as part of its "Project Tango" research efforts, which began earlier this year with a similarly equipped smartphone prototype.
Google's recently revealed 'Project Tango' 3D mapping smartphone will be going up in space this May to the International Space Station to see if it can be used by robots to fly inside the ISS.
Google has announced a new smartphone prototype called "Project Tango" that contains special sensors that can map the world around it in full 3D for a variety of applications.