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Windows 10: Microsoft finally lets you make eye contact on video calls with this new preview

July 23, 2020

Via: ZDnet

Microsoft has rolled out a new AI-powered feature of its Arm-based Surface Pro X that corrects the gaze of the person on a video call to make it appear they’re looking directly at the other participant.

The trick addresses a quirk of video calls caused by people looking at each others’ face on the screen rather than directly at the camera.

Apple had planned a similar feature for iOS 13 called FaceTime Attention Correction, but the feature was deferred and now turned up again in the iOS 14 preview and is just called Eye Contact.

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