At today's event on the new Pixel 7 smartphone, Google introduced a new feature that will help blind and visually impaired users make better selfies.
The assistant will tell you to go up, down, or turn aside until I.E. decides that you're in the best position to shoot. After which, he will even automatically drop the shutter and tell the user that the picture has been taken. This is one of many new functions that the company presented at the Google Pixel 7 presentation today, which should highlight the availability and inclusiveness of the new smartphone.
New features include True Tone, which is designed for the exact coloring of a person's skin in photos. In developing this function, the company was assisted by a number of professional photographers and artists. Another new feature, Night Light, is linked to the new Tensor G2 processor and allows the new Google Pixel 7 to be removed quickly and qualitatively in conditions of lack of visibility.