Google Atap


Google Atap

Google Atap

This is the name of the division that develops Project Ara. Motorola Atap, now called Google Atap (Advanced technology and projects) was founded and directed by Regina Dugan, former director of DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).  In an interview with the New York Times, Dugan described ATAP as “a small, lean, and agile group that is unafraid of failure”. ATAP developed and shipped several products including the Motorola Skip, part of an authentication portfolio that is also exploring digital tattoos and pillsand; the augmented reality with Spotlight Stories, a series of interactive stories for children; Project Tango an Android tablet which tracks 3D motion of the device and creates a 3D model of the environment around it.