The Project Tango game, AR Capture, shows an interactive cat playing on a piece of furniture where no real cat exists at a off-site event on January 7, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada during the CES 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. AFP PHOTO / DAVID MCNEW
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Google and Lenovo said Thursday they would team up to produce the first smartphone using three-dimensional mapping developed for the U.S. tech giant's "Project Tango".Google announced its research project in 2014 aimed at broadening the potential for smartphone technology in a three-dimensional world.But until now, the only device using Tango was a bulky tablet made by Google for developers.Project Tango uses depth sensing and motion tracking to create on-screen 3D experiences, allowing users to get a better picture of a physical environment.
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