Can't bear augmented reality hardware any more
Search engine outfit Google has dealt a blow to those who want to see AR everywhere by pulling the plug on its Project Tango.
Snapdragon 835 VR
Qualcomm and Google have announced the development of a Daydream standalone VR headset reference design powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 VR platform.
Lenovo and Snadragon 800 and 600 support
Lenovo Phab2 Pro is going to be available very soon and this Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 based phone is the world’s first phone that supports Google’s Project Tango. Fudzilla had a chance to speak with Qualcomm’s Vice President, Product Management Seshu Madhavapeddy and learn about the path that got this impressive technology to phone form factor.
Phablet with AR experience
Lenovo is the first outfit to sign up for Google’s Tango project and release a phone which can offer a full-fledged AR experience for users.
You will know that you have been tangoed
Google and Lenovo are teaming up to build a smartphone using Project Tango’s 3D augmented reality technology.
3D sensing tablet is still not Woz
While Google is characteristically quiet about its 3D-sensing hardware – Project Tango, there is some evidence that the project is moving along.
Why isn’t AMD doing something like this?