Android 12 Will Allow You To Control Phone With Facial Expressions! How Will It Work?
According to XDA Developers, Google is working on a new accessibility feature for Android 12 that will allow users to operate their phones using facial expressions.
Not only it lets you control your Android device with your facial expressions, but also you can set up these facial gestures and can assign your task for each of them.
This feature is also extremely helpful for the disable people.
The new functionality is part of the Android Accessibility Suite and will be included in the Android 12 version.
Android 12 Features
Now Control Your Phone Using Your Face Expressions !
XDA Developers found a new feature named “Camera Switches” in the Android 12 beta version.
It’s under Switch Access, which is one of the Android Accessibility Suite app’s services. It provides options for users to engage with their Android handset without having to utilise the touchscreen.
By the Camera Switches you can manage your Android device solely using face expressions.
Here’s How It Works
Google offers a variety of facial movements in Android 12, including open mouth, smile, raise eyebrows, glance left, look right, and look up. You may programme these face expressions and give a task to each one. You can also customise the gesture’s size.
After you’ve built up the gesture, you can set a specific action for it. Camera Switches may be used to execute a variety of tasks, including choose, next, previous, touch and hold, scroll forward and backward, home, back, notifications, and more.
When you enable the function, your Android phone will recognise these motions when you gaze into the front camera. When the Camera Switches feature is enabled, a persistent notification appears to notify that the camera is in use.