Windows 10 Mobile Front-facing Camera Comes With The Face Tracking Feature

Posted: Jun 29 2015, 12:02pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 29 2015, 12:21pm CDT, in Technology News


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Windows 10 Mobile front-facing camera comes with the face tracking feature

After call recording feature, it is reported that Windows 10 Mobile will also feature face tracking unlocking

According to various reports published yesterday, a new feature of the much buzzed about Windows 10 Mobile is unveiled. To the surprise of many; the latest version of the front-facing camera build for Windows 10 Mobile, 5.38.2004, comes with support for Face tracking. It basically allows, recognizing your face with the help of the tracker in front camera.

This feature works when your face is focused by a front camera. It keeps the picture inside a constant frame. This helps in focusing on the subject which is supposed to be tracked; even if he or she is moving. This implies that regardless of the fact that your hands are unsteady or in case you're moving around a lot, it ought to have no issues securing all over to help take an all more in-focus photograph.

At the same time, the icon for the camera has been updated to make the camera app easier to discover, as it will make the app recognizable for the first time users. This should also be kept in mind that this feature is first time introduced by Windows 10 as Windows 8.1 included such no feature. At the moment we do not know much about the official release date.

But it is expected that Windows 10 will be launched on 29th July. However no date has been announced for the mobile version of Windows 20 OS, but it is expected that it will release sometime in December.

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