Google is planning to release a tablet with “advanced vision capabilities,” which will use two back cameras, infrared depth sensors and software to capture 3D images of objects and rooms, according to a report. It will also have a 7-inch screen.
The Wall Street Journal cites “people briefed on the company’s plans” in its report, who claim Google plans to produce 4,000 of the prototype tablets next month. The tablets, which are part of Project Tango, could be released ahead of Google’s I/O conference, which is scheduled for the end of June
Reps from Google could not be reached for comment.