In September 2017, Apple Inc. launched iPhone X and surprised us with an ultra new technology, TrueDepth camera. There are three lenses available today a Day of the Dead skull, a pretty gold-plated eye cover, and a Mardi Gras-esque mask. Possibly, more of such senses will make their way going forward.
As per Snapchat's officials, they have tested the TrueDepth Camera on their lenses which would offer more accurate and detailed experience with fun way. Well, roughly seven months later, iPhone X users are now starting to see the three special lenses pop up on their devices.
The lenses available now makes use of the data from the phone's 2D camera to guess facial features, like eyebrows and mouth.
It's worth remembering that, though the TrueDepth camera is used in both this case and for Face ID, there are different layers of security at work.
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To use them, just load up the Snapchat camera and perform a long press of the screen.
Snapchat Lenses are augmented reality filters that enhance your face or your surroundings. Using the depth information allows Snapchat to more accurately pin virtual objects onto a subject's face. The self-destructing messaging app has even tried to monetize its lenses to boost revenue from the advertisers.
Snapchat was the main app that Apple highlighted on stage when the iPhone X was introduced last autumn.
A woman uses her iPhone X. Reuters. It's available now as a free download in the Apple App Store. And, the mathematical representation of that data (used for unlocking the iPhone X through Face ID) is kept out of developers' reach.
It also powers Apple's Animoji, the cute animated emoji that move in sync with your own face.
Developers, however, have access to data regarding the map of a user's face and their facial expressions, notes The Verge.