The Search Giant, Google has entered into the world of AR by introducing its venture Project Tango in 2014 or simply Tango in the last year.
After the launch, the AR work of the company has been growing well. Previously, in this year, the company has unveiled ARCore, which is an augmented reality platform that is very different from the Tango version where no specialized hardware was needed.
Today, Google has ended the Tango support and introduces the new update for its ARCore Developer Preview. In a blog post the search giant said:
“As we focus on bringing augmented reality to the entire Android ecosystem with ARCore, we’re turning down support of Tango,”
Introducing the replacement for the Tango makes a bit sense. This point is being noted by the company that the initial venture of the company has helped in making ARCore possible.
Earlier this year, the company has shown that how ARCore works and what it can do. Many of the projects have been taking advantage of the platform for providing incorporate street view and provide a more real-world experience of far places.
Google said Tango support will end on March 1, 2018,
“Thank you to our incredible community of developers who made such progress with Tango over the last three years. We look forward to continuing the journey with you on ARCore.”