During the current Google I/O Keynote live stream, the company announced some of its upcoming developments to Google Maps, Google Photos, and Wear OS.
In its Pixel Camera Update Division, Google reports that it's trying to improve its Pixel camera to make it more comprehensive than more obscure skin tones by making it more precise and increasing openness.
“For ethnic minorities, photography in general
Don't think of us as us who need to be looked at, even on Google's own parts of the item.
To make cell phone photography really for everyone,
We've been working with an update of a group of industry experts to assemble the Google Pixel camera More precise and comprehensive. “Sameer Samat, Vice President of Android and Google Play
Google's event clarified that it had worked with “major image creators who have taken multiple images to differentiate” Google's data sets.
It also tries to improve its accuracy for automatic white balance and automatic exposure calculation.
The goal, as Photographer and Director Micaiah Carter put it, is
It is to create “practically like a manual for capturing skin color.”
This means having the option of reducing distorted light and accentuating more distinctive soil colors,
Prevents overexposure and desaturation of more blurred skin color.
Google is also working on its calculations to more easily capture wavy and wavy hair more precisely.
This implies that the camera will be better equipped to isolate each individual's hair in the photo from their experience in the representation photo.
In addition to more that haven't appeared on Google I/O yet, it will be coming to Pixel phones in the fall.
In addition, Google needs to share its inventions across Android environments so that more OEMs can be more likely to handle individuals of all skin tones.