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Thursday, 14 September 2017

The Animojis will be the differential function to buy the iPhone X

Behind the launch of a new iPhone, Apple always hides a hidden "magic" feature. It already happened in its day with 3D Touch , Touch ID and even with Live Photos . And now, it has happened again with the Animojis .

The exclusive functionality of iPhone X is a lot of fun, we are talking about animated emojis that use facial recognition technology to display user expressions in the iMessage native application.

In addition, the Animojis of the iPhone X are also capable of playing audio . So, they will become a new way to send audio messages. A more fun, more joyful, and more innovative way.

Animojis use TrueDepth facial recognition technology

The 3D sensors on the FaceTime front camera of the iPhone X are able to recognize your facial expressions . So these hardware components of the terminal are not only a new way to unlock the iPhone X, but also offer a whole world of possibilities.

The TrueDepth camera analyzes more than 30,000 invisible points projected on your face for a very precise mapping that translates into animated emojis with movements identical to the ones you do before the iPhone X.

Animojis are able to analyze more than 50 movements of muscles in different areas of the user's face . In this way, they also emulate your expressions while you are speaking. They detect the movement of the eyebrows, cheeks, chin, eyes, lips and the outline of the mouth.

For now Apple has implemented a selection of 12 different Animojis from which to choose for iMessage. The animojis available are: monkey, rabbit, robot, cat, dog, alien, fox, pig, hen, panda bear, unicorn ... and the famous "caquita"!

The Animojis will be present in the iMessage native application along with stickers, emoji and applications from the App Store. It will be extremely fun to use this new iPhone X to surprise your contacts. Dont you think?

Via | Macrumors 

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