In Netflix's 2018 Fall Day on November 7th, the company revealed and tested a mobile Netflix feature feature that uses Apple's Face ID to allow users to control the application using only eye and face movements . Without going back to finger control, Eye Nav lets you navigate the application, browse through and select titles with just your eyes – but be ready because you stop or close a screen, you will have to you keep your tongue
The feature was built using the Apple ARKit – the same thing that was used to bring the world's animation – to increase the accessibility of the app. This new form of API could make Netflix easier to use for those with a fault on the motor: basically, the "hacking" sets a cursor where & # 39 ; your eye looks and if your opinion goes on a specific point of the screen, the technology will understand this brief as a tap. In theory and maybe really soon, you will not have to pick up a finger to watch your favorite movies, but you can not avoid keeping your tongue out.
Such features and the rest shown in Hack Day do not always make it to the final product, but the event gives developers the opportunity to share and try new ideas that might , in fact, hit the digital shelves. The season event also featured a feature of the movie "Jump to Scene" Sharknado. Instead of scrolling through the bar progress, with just the tap of one option, it will be sent to the most exciting parts – and graphics – from the movie.
These features may never again see light on the day, or they could start the operation of a new interface that Netflix will give to the platform in the near future. With accessibility is a key hub for the company, Eye Nav is likely to be the first time in one form or another, and you may not have to watch it small parts of Sharknado never again.
– AFP fights