Just hours after we hit the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL's potential camera systems, A new rumor reversed around the two handsets. according to 9to5Google, Google can include handheld tracking technology for its upcoming smartphones.
Google ATAP introduced what it calls Project Soli at the company's 2015 I / O developer conference. In a nutshell, the technology is a miniature radar that can pick up on small hand gestures. As you can see from the above video, Google Project has provided Soli to be used as a seamless user interface that can be used to communicate with wires, radios, and other electronics.
The photo below demonstrates how different finger cranes and twists can change aspects of a program running on a tablet.
Google's special project department was relatively quiet about Project Soli after its debut until December last year. On the last day of the year, the FCC has given the search giant permission to test the radar technology.
This event will give Google enough time to experiment more with technology and possibly add a commercial device – like the Pixel 4.
Currently, Project Soli's inclusion in the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is very rumored. It is unclear how Google will incorporate the feature, but 9to5Google believe it can be used for basic interactions or even the creation of various assistant features.