Google’s Guided Frame helps visually impaired individuals take better selfies

Google’s Guided Frame helps visually impaired individuals take better selfies

Google’s Guided Frame helps visually impaired individuals take better selfies.
For visually impaired individuals, taking a selfie isn’t a simple task, at least not on most devices.
Today, Google announced its newest phones, Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 pro, which include improved accessibility features, such as Guided Frame, a tool that coaches users on how to position themselves for the perfect “smart selfie.” Content creator and motivational speaker Molly Burke, who developed near total blindness as a teen, said in the Google announcement that this is one of the “basic, everyday things” that can give disabled people a sense of independence.
Not only that, she notes that “it’s important that accessibility not just focus on designing things to make disabled people function, but also empower them to have fun in life again.”
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Guided Frame helps users frame themselves in the phone’s camera through voice cues and AI-powered motion-detecting software.