Google Electronic Screen Protector Let You Detect People Secretly Looking at Your Phone Screen

This happen all the time most especially if you are in a public transport or a public function, someone can just confidently be looking at your smartphone, reading your chat, looking at your photos which isn’t right.
The good news is, a solution is in the work to fix the problem. Google is currently working on a technology called electronic screen protector; the technology uses the phone's front camera in combination with eye-detecting artificial intelligence to alert you when more than one person is looking at the screen.

This is how it works below;

The video shows the software interrupting a Google messaging app to display a camera view, with the peeking perpetrator identified and given a Snapchat-esque vomit rainbow. Ryu and Schroff claim the system works with different lighting conditions and poses, and can recognize a person’s gaze in 2 milliseconds.

Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff will present this project called electronic screen protector, at the Neural Information Processing Systems conference in California next week.
RaphBlog.Com.NG. Powered by Blogger.