Google’s Next Tablet Will Have 3D Vision Technology

Google‘s next tablet will have 3D vision technology. The tablet will be with advanced vision capabilities. The tab had two back cameras, infrared depth censors and an advanced software to capture 3D images.

The news was first reported on Wall Street Journal says “people briefed on the company’s plans” in its report, who claim Google plans to produce 4,000 of the prototype tablets next month. The tablets, which are part of Project Tango, could be released ahead of Google’s I/O conference, which is scheduled for the end of June.

Project tango has been announced by Google in February. Its a 3D sensor-enabled smartphone designed to help the visually impaired navigate their surroundings and to help create more immersive video games.

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Johnny Lee, technical program lead of Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects Group wrote on his Google+ post says “The goal of Project Tango is to give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion,”

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