Project Soli radar and motion detection gestures are back
Project Soli radar and motion detection gestures are back

Google has indicated that Project Soli's Radar and Motion Sense gestures will be restored, and Rick Osterloh, Google's Director of Devices and Services, said they will be used in the future.

Despite the challenges 2020 presents, Austerloh reaffirmed Google's long-standing commitment to construction equipment and is proud of the progress made in developing its product line.

He also said that Project Soli 'radar and motion detection gestures will be restored in the future.

Before clarification, the company announced its new flagship phone (Pixel 5) for $ 699, which does not include a built-in radar, and is different from last year's phone (Pixel 4), which has a price of $ 799. $.

This year, the Pixel 5 gave up its perks, including its predecessor Pixel 4 sensor, which fully supports thin frames and camera punches like the $ 349 Pixel 4a.

The result is that the user has more screen space, but the Motion Sense gesture, which is Google's answer to Apple's Face ID feature, has completely disappeared.

Project Soli's Radar and Motion Sense gestures seem to be way too pricey for the phone Google plans to use this time.

Additionally, Pixel 5 users can't miss the (Motion Sense) gesture, which wasn't introduced the way Google was originally hoping, as Google canceled the product after just 10 months.

The best thing about the Pixel 4 is how the radar chip can detect your presence and trigger the phone's facial recognition sensor to unlock it (faster than Apple Face ID).

The Soli project was originally a pilot project as part of the advanced technology and Google project. The company has spent many years developing and miniaturizing radar devices and developing gestures (motion detection) as an interactive means of future control devices.

Unsurprisingly, Google keeps its Soli Radar project, having been on the project for five years, initially making gestures into its speakers and smartwatches.

Currently, users can use the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor to unlock the Pixel 5 for $ 699, which was included in the Pixel 4a and priced at $ 349.

The rear-mounted fingerprint sensor has a high response speed, but is fundamentally different from the face unlock function.

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