Google unveils Project Tango smartphone prototype with revolutionary 3D sensor chip

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Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team today took the wraps off Project Tango, a smartphone prototype that packs a remarkable new chip that brings 3D motion tracking to a mobile device. Google plans to send an initial batch of units to software developers in March to get them started on creating new experiences with the hardware. Suggested project topics include “indoor navigation/mapping, single/multiplayer games that use physical space, and new algorithms for processing sensor data.”

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