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Google announced Tango (formerly Project Tango) in 2014 as a new augmented reality platform designed for the average consumer. The platform, which was developed by a team led by Johnny Lee (a former Microsoft Kinect core contributor), relied on an array of cameras and sensors to map 3D environments. Now, Google has announced that they are shutting down the augmented reality platform on March 1, 2018.

The first Tango-enabled smartphone that was put into production was the "Peanut" phone, which was a prototype product that was distributed to early access partners in 2014. Google later released a "Yellowstone" tablet — which was sold as the "Project Tango Development Kit" — for developers at the whopping price of $1,024. That price obviously came down to $512 as the developmental tablet was sold to a broader audience. Later came the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and the ASUS ZenFone AR — the first true consumer Tango-enabled smartphones. The Phab 2 Pro did not get rave reviews, but the ZenFone AR improved on the hardware and offered a better consumer product.

Tango has always been an interesting attempt at the augmented reality platform, but the reluctance on specialized hardware made it difficult for Google to expand the platform at scale. Moving forward, Google will be focusing their resources on ARCore, which is a software-based augmented reality solution (based on Tango) that can be distributed at scale. As for the Tango hardware, it lives on in "WorldSense," a tracking technology that Google is working on for the company's stand-alone VR headsets.

#Android #Tango #ARCore

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Three takeaways from Lions' win over the Bears: Mitchell Trubisky has the talent to succeed in the NFL, but are the Bears doing their best to utilize it? http://dlvr.it/Q6Jv20

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Someone dropped off an anti-tank rocket launcher at a gun buyback event http://4.nbcny.com/I49YADE

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For you Kim, taken from the advertisement that sent at gmail-inbox.

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"Governments and intelligence agencies strive to control and bypass or circumvent cryptographic protection of data and communications. Backdooring encryption algorithms is considered as the best way to enforce cryptographic control." >>>

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"Today’s burden of proof need only be allegations made by multiple, credible persons who are unrelated to one another."

It's a pattern of the same behavior, over time, with multiple victims who aren't related (they didn't even know each other). Most credible are those who gain nothing from exposing it, and may actually fair worse -- losing jobs; positions whatever political outcome.

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Nutrients can help you boost collagen production, eliminate wrinkles, and heal acne to promote a healthy, glowing and supple skin. We’ve picked out 22 nutrient-rich foods that work wonders at healing and rejuvenating the skin.

http://www.howfitness.info/22-foods-dermatologists-say-eat-better-skin/

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Art collector won’t return painting stolen by Nazis: suit http://nyp.st/2BywnRm

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#OTD 12/16/65: The crew of Gemini VI-A performed the 1st musical number in space - Wally Schirra played his harmonica to the tune of "Jingle Bells" while Tom Stafford jingled some bells he had brought aboard. Read more: https://airandspace.si.edu/stories/editorial/tom-stafford%E2%80%99s-jingle-bells-and-wally-schirra%E2%80%99s-harmonica

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Antidepressants associated with significantly elevated risk of death, researchers find

Antidepressant medications, most commonly prescribed to reduce depression and anxiety, increase the risk of death, according to new findings by a McMaster-led team of researchers. It's widely known that brain serotonin affects mood, and that most commonly used antidepressant treatment for depression blocks the absorption of serotonin by neurons. It is less widely known, though, that all the major organs of the body—the heart, kidneys, lungs, liver—use serotonin from the bloodstream. Antidepressants block the absorption of serotonin in these organs as well, and the researchers warn that antidepressants could increase the risk of death by preventing multiple organs from functioning properly. The researchers reviewed studies involving hundreds of thousands of people and found that antidepressant users had a 33% higher chance of death than non-users. Antidepressant users also had a 14% higher risk of cardiovascular events, such as strokes and heart attacks. The findings were published today in the journal Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics.

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An old bitter miser is given a chance for redemption when spirits visit him on Christmas Eve ...
There is no such thing as a bad version of "The Christmas Carol" ... I love the story and have several of the hard book copies in several editions ... Scrooge in this animated version is voiced by Alastair Sim (he and Reginald Owen are my favorite Scrooges) ... The animation is haunting in this version ... 8 out of 10

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Made me laugh especially to their husband reaction.

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Miami Based Artist Laelanie Larach.
Original Abstract Art for Sale.
www.laelanieart.com

#art #miamibasedartist #paintings #miamiartist #latinart #latinartist #laelanielarach #laelanieartgallery

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Accurate

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Robloxians, don’t forget to vote for your favorite nominees in the 5th Annual #BloxyAwards 🏆! You can read all about it here: https://goo.gl/PyftJR

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St Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy

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My 2018 Nature Calendar is now an extra 15% off - use the code LULU15 at checkout!

http://www.lulu.com/shop/michael-russell/2018-nature-calendar/calendar/product-23411152.html

#2018calendar #landscapes #wildlife #britishcolumbia #washingtonstate

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Today on Google Maps My photos have more than 100 million calls

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Blue ball

My site page https://www.paolodalprato.com/

#macrophotography #hqspmacro #hqspflowers #fotomaniaitalia #ilovephotography

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John Fox roasted by Michael Irvin, fans in Bears' ugly loss to Lions: The Bears beleaguered coach came under fire once again in Chicago's ugly loss to the Lions. http://dlvr.it/Q6JtvJ

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Star Wars Theme Song Performed on Calculators

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The seven-year investigation into Lorenzen Wright death has been one of the Memphis Police Department’s most high-profile unsolved cases.

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Here you will find the largest collection and the best love poems for her. --> http://bayart.org/cute-love-poems-girlfriend/ #poetry

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Pre-Installed Password Manager On Windows 10 Lets Hackers Steal All Your Passwords

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"An independent U.N. panel reviewing the missile debris noted that, in addition to having Iran-made components, the weapon appeared to have U.S. parts as well."
Is the Trump administration lying us into another war in the Middle East? http://www.newsweek.com/will-trump-lie-us-another-middle-east-war-750152

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You know that a bad diet and too little exercise can hurt your ticker. But there are lots of sneaky sources of heart disease that you may not be aware of. Here are some you need to know about, and heart-smart steps to help you keep healthy.

http://www.hownutrition.info/12-surprising-things-hurt-heart/

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Data and Distribution

Our friends crowdfunder to Take Back The Internet - is already successful - but still worth taking a look at and supporting.

"Holo is helping to grow a more human Internet — where you control your personal data and choose how your applications work."

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In our networked age, computers extend our consciousness into the environment, where our minds are programmed on platforms we use using the data we produce there - often which we have no control over.

By creating the internet with peer-to-peer web on mini-servers, Holo will redirect ownership of personal data, and the wealth it creates, from information monopolies back to the individual where it belongs.

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America’s long-running economic expansion http://econ.st/2BkM8LD

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It seems like Steve Cishek is pretty pumped to be a member of the Cubs.

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We kick off the #PremierBallChallenge with Tapu Koko in Part 64 of #PokemonUltraSunMoon! #ad

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Your blood type could raise or lower your risk for certain diseases. Learn how type A, B, AB, or O could impact your long term health.

https://health-zone.org/5-things-blood-type-says-health/

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The secret to losing weight? Fill up on foods that contain water, like these fruits and veggies.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/10-foods-help-shed-pounds/

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9 Years Ago Mom Told Son To “Sober Up” And Make His Own Christmas Cards, Son Doesn’t Disappoint Every Year

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Time is like a river.
You cannot touch the same water twice because the flow that has passed will never pass again.
Enjoy every moment of your life.

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NEW: Prints and more available at https://www.BjornKleemann.com/

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Yellow eyes for Paris
Nov 2017

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colorful abstract fir tree
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