Intel acquires Google’s Project Tango partner Movidius

Intel has acquired computer vision firm Movidius, which partnered with Google to develop 3D space mapping technology for Project Tango devices. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

With its latest purchase, Intel is set to build on its RealSense technology, which allows for measuring depth in physical spaces and is used in drones to help them avoid obstacles, as well as in webcams for applications like motion capture and 3D object scanning.
So let’s do:
1. Name the company, which has acquires Google’s Project Tango partner Movidius?

Source – The Hindu

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