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Chinese tech company launch brand new smartphone that allows you to control and move cars with your eyes

Get ready for life-size RC cars.
  • The smartphone uses eye tracking to determine where the user is looking
  • Users can control the car using an app
  • The app can control the car’s engine and its movements

Published on Feb 27, 2024 at 8:19PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 27, 2024 at 9:25PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

Samsung’s rival company, Honor, has showcased a brand-new smartphone, the Magic 6 Pro, that allows users to control a car with their eyes.

The company recently announced the global release of its flagship smartphone and even showcased its eye-tracking technology.

The announcement was made at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, among many smartphone enthusiasts.

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A pre-recorded video was shown at the event showcasing an app to control a car.

The app featured four commands: backward, forward, engine start, and engine stop.

So, if you ever wanted to play with a life-size remote-controlled car, here’s your chance.

However, the feature is just an “experimental concept” for now.

It’s not confirmed whether the feature will be available with the release of Honor Magic 6 Pro.

Honor also demonstrated the phone’s eye-tracking technology that can be used to control apps.

The phone will use artificial intelligence (AI) and selfie cameras to track a user’s eyes.

The demo involved a person staring at one of the commands to select it.

The car would then follow that command, such as starting its engine and moving forward and backward.

Interestingly, Honor is not the only China-based company that has made a leaping stride in smartphone innovation.

Beijing-based company, Betavolt, has also developed a nuclear battery that keeps smartphones charged for five decades.

While other companies are trying to make their smartphones into professional cameras, Honor is more focused on accessibility.

The eye-tracking feature also allows users to open an app, just by looking at the notification.

While the entire smartphone industry is focused on AI features, Honor seems to be looking at a more practical approach.

Honor Magic 6 Pro’s eye-tracking feature is highly useful for disabled individuals and is a game changer in how we interact with our smartphones.

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