Intel showcased all the new products it is working on at its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Among them was the Project Tango Developer Kit for smartphones using Intel’s RealSense technology, for which the chip maker is working with Google.
Intel RealSense technology to take Project Tango higher
Indoor navigation, area learning, virtual reality, 3D scanning, and many more features will be offered by the Android smartphone developer kit, which will feature Google’s Project Tango and be powered by RealSense technology from Intel. Google stressed that this will offer more opportunities to developers for creating new depth-sensing software for the Android smartphone developer kit. By the end of the year, the kit will become available to select Android developers, Intel confirmed.
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