Tango SDK files
Terms & Conditions
By downloading the Tango SDK, you agree that the Google APIs Terms of Service govern your use of the SDK.
The Tango SDK is under active development; please keep this in mind as you explore its capabilities. See our Release Notes for information on the most recent changes to the SDK. If you discover any issues, feel free to communicate with us via the methods described on our Support page.
The latest version of the Java and C SDKs is Ikariotikos (Version 1.54, June 2017).
The latest version of the Unity SDK is Ikariotikos (Version 1.54, June 2017).
|Tango SDK for Unity||20.0 MB||bbe2b33cabd2b009d96bbe29ec9687306809888a|
|Java components are also available through JCenter. (instructions)|
|Tango SDK for Java||100.0 KB||0f8f8d813ed29c548491ae97e893cf200bea3ece|
|Support Library||16.0 MB||ce7590b0d7aec52e9d8d5515bba497514ee477c7|
|UX Library (deprecated)||164.0 KB||b90f605c78b22c639bd35e46e9ca90fcc5e5b4c9|
|Tango SDK for C||536 KB||0079d7df980c76116e26d5d86f868a2c11e867bb|
|Support Library||2.5 MB||cef026d9568b8d61b97d61b84281180dae717e48|
|3D Reconstruction Library||12.0 MB||5d8739ba7ecffcf8469998461f69a3fd2ac731a9|
Application packages for your Tango device.
If your device does not already have the Tango Core app installed on it, please go to the Play Store and download the required Tango Core APK, which installs the system level service for Tango capabilities. These capabilities are accessible via our API/SDK.
Check out some of the experiments and developer tools developed by the Tango team.
Tango Development Kit files can be found here.