Remember Apple’s Animoji? Well, they just got even more … interesting … with “tongue detection.”
During the unveil for the iPhone X last year, Apple introduced Animoji, which are 3D emoji capable of replicating your facial expressions and voice. On Monday, Apple added a tongue detecting feature, which they announced at the annual developer’s conference. This, we presume, will likely only be used for sexting.
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“Animoji do such an amazing job at tracking our expressions, and this year, we’re taking Animoji to a whole new level with breakthrough new technology we call tongue detection,” Craig Federighi, Apple’s SVP of software engineering, told the crowd of developers at WWDC as a 3D monkey, unicorn, alien, and robot on screen stuck their tongues out at them. Read more…