Israeli technology from Intel to power Google's 3-D 'Tango' project
The quick, 3-D processing technology largely developed by Intel’s teams in Israel is to power a collaboration between the chip-making giant and Google’s Project Tango, Intel announced on Tuesday.
Project Tango is a Google experiment in using smartphones and tablets to record an in-depth, 3-D environment.
By adding new measuring tools and special cameras to its experimental mobile devices, Google has challenged developers to create software that can scan a room, map it in 3-D, and then use for anything from virtual reality game play to indoor navigation.
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