Google has launched in 2014 a new technology called Tango that lets you use a mobile device to detect where you are without using GPS. It uses 3D motion tracking and depth sensing to let your device know exactly where it is and how it moves in relation to the world around it. It’s sort of like hyper-local GPS with some augmented reality thrown in for good measure.
Seems cool for museums, right? I guess that after launching the Google Art Project, such products now become obvious to create for Google, associated in that case with specialized companies: Lenovo, GuidiGo and Glympse.