Google has today taken down the official Project Tango website, and through its twitter account announced that support is being discontinued on March 1, 2018.
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"Thank you to our incredible community of developers who made such progress with Tango over the last three years", the company said in a tweet.
Google will be replacing Tango with the new ARCore platform.
The company seemed to have its hand forced this year by Apple which talked a big game regarding its ARKit platform on iOS11, leaving Google to abandon the high cost of entry to Android AR with the introduction of ARCore this past August. It was because of this, the lack software beyond some tech demos, plus only two compatible devices - the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and the Asus ZenFone AR - that help facilitate Tango's demise. The ability of ARCore to function on devices with a single-camera setup makes it a much more attractive proposition for developers and smartphone manufacturers alike. A Project Tango-enabled smartphone required a depth-sensing camera, IR projector, and a special motion tracking camera. Google had introduced the ARCore system by simply introducing AR stickers for Pixel and Pixel 2 phones.
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