Google launches Tango augmented reality system
Google has officially launched its Tango smartphone augmented reality system, after more than two years of development.
Tango is only available on the Lenovo Phab2 Pro right now though it’s expected that Tango will be available on Android phone in the coming year.
Around 35 apps are launching with Tango. For gamers there are titles such as Crayola Color Blaster.
There are other apps such as iStaging that allows users to place furniture or objects in a space to see what it looks like before buying. Matterport’s scenes app allows users to capture spaces in 3D, which looks amazing.
Tango works next to Daydream, the company’s smartphone virtual reality platform. Hopefully one day both Tango and Daydream are connected offering much more to users.