Online shopping can be difficult if you don’t have full use of your hands, since it frequently assumes that you can tap or click your way through a sale. eBay could make internet purchasing more accessible to just about anyone who can use a phone, though. It developed an open source project, HeadGaze, that uses head tracking on the iPhone X (and, we presume, future iPhones) to enable hands-free shopping. It uses Apple’s ARKit framework to create a “virtual stylus” that follows your head movements. When you combine it with an interface designed for shopping, you just have to look at the right part of the screen to scroll, add items to your cart and check out.
Both ends of the P-1 are kitted out with LiDAR for object detection and collision avoidance, while two camera arrays ensure the vehicle can see stop lights and traffic signs. The shuttle doesn’t map out its route on the fly, though: before the first P-1 rolls out to pick up customers, a car with a […]
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You’ll also find an 8-megapixel rear camera (Best Buy’s listing appears to incorrectly claim 13MP), a 5-megapixel selfie shooter and LTE data speeds. This is only for non-CDMA networks, so you can forget about using the ZenFone Live with carriers like Sprint or Verizon. The catch, as is usually the case with Android Go phones, […]