Google is shutting down Project Tango
Project Tango was Google’s first attempt to bring a solid augmented-reality experience to the average user. It relied on an array of cameras and sensors to accurately map 3D areas, which led the (few) devices supporting Tango to be rather large and expensive. Today, Google announced that it is ending support for the platform.
The official Twitter account for Tango announced the shutdown earlier today:
We’re turning down support for Tango on March 1, 2018.
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