Lately, it seems, that we live in a two-dimensional world. With smart phones and tablets constantly at our fingertips, it always seems as if we are looking into a screen.
The goal of Project Tango, as Google is calling it, is to give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion. Take a look
Google just announced the first hardware to use Project Tango. It is a high tech, 7" tablet made specifically for developers. The device will help with localization and mapping and will set you back $1024. The tablet will include 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, motion tracking camera, integrated depth sensing, WiFi, BTLE, and, depending on your region and carrier, 4G LTE.
Take a look at this in-depth video uploaded in February
The tablet will be for sale later this year. You can be notified about the tablet by signing up here.