Intel and Google made a Tango phone with 3D RealSense

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Google and Intel have paired up to develop a Project Tango smartphone that uses RealSense cameras, shown off for the first time at IDF 2015. The Android smartphone follows in the footsteps of Google’s first Project Tango tablet, which went on sale for developers some months back, but shrinks the technology down to a pocket-sized form factor.

Project Tango, if you’ve not been keeping up, was one of the fruits of Google’s ATAP division. Using a number of different camera sensors, the system can build 3D maps of the world around it in real-time.

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