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Google Tango Can Open Doors to Your Virtual Reality Ambitions

Google Tango (formerly named Project Tango in-testing) is an Augmented reality computing platform, developed and authored by Google. It uses computer vision to enable mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to detect their position relative to the world around them without using GPS or other external signals. This allows mobile app developers to create user experiences that include indoor navigation, physical space measurement, 3D mapping, environmental recognition, augmented reality, and windows into a virtual world. In the environment of app development, the Google Tango Project set a platform for the development of more applications based on Augmented Reality. Now a days people are so keen on virtual reality experiences…

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Why Virtual Reality is for Everyone

“Artificial Intelligence”, though still seems like a futuristic concept, its presence in our present day to day lives might be overlooked but it certainly cannot be ruled out. From playlist streaming services by the apps like Spotify and e-mailing spam filters to recommendations by the e-commerce websites like Flipkart and Amazon and directions provided by Google Maps, the AI powers have been making our lives easier with the digitalization since years. In fact, the artificial intelligence based Internet of Things (IoT) is also shaping up the future since a long…

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Google’s October 4 Pixel Event: What to expect

Google’s huge October event is just few hours away and during this event in San Francisco, the biggest announcement is expected to be the launch of two high-end Pixel smartphones with Android, which will allow Google to compete directly with Apple. You are expected to hear more about the Amazon Echo competitor, a new chromecast and you will get to hear about Google’s big plans for virtual reality. Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL Both these will have similar specs, but the display on its standard version is 5 inches, whereas…

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