This image provided by Google shows people looking at a view of the solar system using technology Google calls "Project Tango." Tango uses software and sensors to track motions and size up the contours of rooms, which can empower a smartphone to map building interiors. Thats a crucial building block of a promising new frontier in augmented reality, or the digital projection of lifelike images and data into a real-life environment.
This image provided by Google shows people looking at a view of the solar system using technology Google calls "Project Tango." Tango uses software and sensors to track motions and size up the contours of rooms, which can empower a smartphone to map building interiors. Thats a crucial building block of a promising new frontier in augmented reality, or the digital projection of lifelike images and data into a real-life environment. Courtesy of Google via AP
This image provided by Google shows people looking at a view of the solar system using technology Google calls "Project Tango." Tango uses software and sensors to track motions and size up the contours of rooms, which can empower a smartphone to map building interiors. Thats a crucial building block of a promising new frontier in augmented reality, or the digital projection of lifelike images and data into a real-life environment. Courtesy of Google via AP

Lenovo, Google team up to create first Tango device

June 08, 2016 04:37 PM

More Videos

  • Meet Robyn Tomlin, The News & Observer's new executive editor

    Robyn Tomlin, the new executive editor of The News & Observer in Raleigh, talks about her love of journalism and her ties to North Carolina.