With its annual developer conference just a month away, Google has revealed more details about the schedule for I/O 2016. This year, the event will feature an entire content track on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Some of those sessions are dedicated to Project Tango Google's 3D-sensing augmented-reality capable smartphone.
Of course, the event will also feature plenty of sessions for the mobile development industry, with talks titled "What's new in Android" and "What's new in Android development tools."
So far, the schedule has about 100 sessions listed, including the keynote by Google CEO Sundar Pichai on May 18 at 10am Pacific Time. Google expects to have about 200 sessions in all when the schedule is finalized.