Why Don’t The New Standalone Daydream HMDs Do Mixed Reality?

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The big question is whether the Daydream HMD uses a depth sensor. If it's able to do inside-out tracking without one, then it might not offer sufficient depth-sensing capability to provide a good AR experience.

Also, something to consider about existing Tango apps - they aren't all designed to work well in a HMD. Those apps which use the phone as a portal to another world would be dangerous, when you don't have the ability to see around the phone to avoid obstacles in the real world.
 
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