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Manually Zoom Lens of selected area in live face time

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000244404D
Publication Date: 2015-Dec-09
Document File: 4 page(s) / 89K

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Abstract

During live face time, the viewer may want to focus on certian area of the current vedio, this will require zooming lenth of the opposite friend's camera. To avoid manually zooming the camara and interruption of the current live chatting, this article provide a method to auto-zoom camera length during live video chat according to the position of area selected by the viewer.

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Manually Zoom Lens of selected area in live face time

Background :


Now, more and more face to face time application is developed and used , fact time is popular in daily usage and help us to communicate with family and friends. When we use face time, we can talk and face with them directly through phone camera, except face, we also can see background or other interesting thing through phone camera, for example, I may want to show something then and there instead of send picture or video to them, normally, when you under the face time condition, the screen you see are under the same focal length, but yourself or the opposite friend may want to focus on the certain area of current show , so change zoom lens of certain area manually can help to get highlight focus.

When in face time with family or friend, you and your opposite person can select ceratin area of current face show (your own show or your opposite person image), then change focal length of this selected area manually to get more clear image .

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Implementation:

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Advantages:


Avoid interruption of the current live chatting.

Avoid manually moving phone to focus on the target.

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Claim points:


Method to auto-zoom camera length during live video chat according to the position of area selected by the viewer

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