Now a short demo showing Tango in use.
Very neat stuff -- Tango is going to be really important for education.
Lee is demoing the Phab 2 Pro, which is using Tango to create a "point cloud" to map out the area
Now the world is transformed into a fully virtual space. He's moving his phone close to these virtual objects and they are reacting, growing and shrinking to his movements. Pretty amazing, ethereal, and emotional.
The camera in your pocket can not only take pictures but measure the distance between things.
Lee is using a camera app to measure the width of the stand on stage. 43cm or 1.5ft, if you must know!
It's great for designers and anyone looking to make adjustments to an interior. Will a larger table fit here? Just map it out on Tango and create a virtual replacement.
Now onto a demo about dinosaurs in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History. "The age of dinosaurs is now."
Lee just placed a veliceraptor on the stage. Added a bunch of others, and is comparing the sizes.
This is the "new" raptor, not the Jurassic Park version. This one has feathers and is much smaller. The more you know!
Now he's making a Tyrannosaurus Rex real-size on stage. Pretty amazing stuff!
Now onto a domino game demo. But the demo isn't cooperating. Poor Johnny.
OK, second time's a charm!
Jeff Meredith back on stage now for the last demo.
For the last demo, a Lowe's rep is showing us how to create a new kitchen using augmented reality!
While this doesn't seem like a super fun use case, it's going to be really great for homeowners and shoppers.
Lowe's will have a Tango-enabled app in the Play Store, but the company is going to be SELLING the Phab 2 Pro in its stores later this year (!!).
Johnny is using the Phab 2 Pro to put down virtual hardwood flooring on top of an ugly rug.
Now they're hanging stockings above the fireplace, because YOLO
Jeff and Johnny now on stage talking about the other partners in the Phab 2 Pro journey. Qualcomm, Infineon, and PMD.
That's it, folks! Thanks for watching.
Yuanquing is back on stage now to talk about the next announcement, which we hope will be Moto-related.
OK, now a "boring" section on infrastructure.