Google Brings Tango Augmented Reality Technology to Museums
A myriad of Tango-enabled smartphones were announced last week at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, United States.
Many more devices are likely to be introduced throughout the year, which clearly points to the fact that Google is strongly backed by many Android OEMs in its endeavor to make Tango technology available to a larger audience.
Along with the announcement that more smartphones will be Daydream-ready soon, Google expanded the use of Tango location and augmented reality technology to museums.
“Museums can be great teachers. From art and science to culture and natural history, they educate and inspire us. Still, display signs and audio guides can only convey so much. What if you could explore museums in a different way?” says Justin Quimby, Senior Product Manager, Tango.