Google’s experimental 3D-scanning pill goes on public sale for $512

Google's experimental 3D-scanning tablet goes on public sale for $512

In case you’re fascinated (or baffled) by Google’s spatially conscious, three-dimensionally scanning Undertaking Tango pill, now you can purchase and check out one your self. The in-improvement pill is now (nonetheless?) $512, invite-free on the Google Retailer. Whereas the gadget is not a conceptual toy, it is nonetheless expressly aimed toward builders, as Google seems to be to them so as to add performance — and concepts as to what to do with these spatial sensors constructed inside. Maybe probably the most uncommon half is that this wider retail launch was dropped a mere day earlier than Google I/O kicks off. Do not get too aggrieved if Undertaking Tango 2 all of the sudden seems.

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