Scan the world, model it in 3D and encourage it with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro camera

In a year with justitas innovations in the smartphone market, Huawei has been the only manufacturer that has dared to innovate on a base that had already been rising for a couple of years, seeking the vanguard of the market and the world number one in sales.

The Chinese firm has in fact its goal of 2020 more shot than ever, especially since in 2018 it has become the great surprise launching what for many is already the best Android smartphone of the year: a Huawei Mate 20 Pro with many incentives .

It is not only his enormous work with painting and finishes achieving an almost iconic design, but also the evolution of hardware that has been stagnant for some time with the HiSilicon Kirin 980, the first chipset manufactured with 7 nanometer technology and with a double NPU that makes it the best prepared processor for AI and its great possibilities.

In fact, the manufacturer based in Shenzhen has taken advantage of and very well the capabilities of its new flagship with machine learning, making it possible for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro to understand what your camera sees to adapt to the conditions of the shot and get the best photographic result in an autonomous way.

A truly intelligent way to get the photographer we have inside, and has been expanded with very special functions to expand our creativity as the ability to segment objects and scenes to configure parameters independently in each part of a photo, or even the possibility of recognizing people when recording them in video to blur the background or save clips separately from each of them.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro and a camera that recognizes what you see

Scan the world, model it in 3D and encourage it with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro camera
Scan the world, model it in 3D and encourage it with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro camera

Be that as it may, surely the most impressive part of all the possibilities of the Mate 20 Pro camera comes with its ability to understand space, being able to recognize objects or scenes, translate texts or calculate calories from food.

Huawei HiVision introduces us to a world of augmented reality where our smartphone is an intelligent encyclopedia capable of helping us with just pointing your camera to a work of art, to a product in a store or to a letter from a restaurant in another language …

A pass that is completed with the biometric authentication of the future and the ability of the Mate 20 Pro to recognize faces in three dimensions thanks to depth sensors and a scanner that projects more than 30,000 points on the features of our face to map it and be able to compare at the time of unlocking the device or validating a payment.

All this together with a camera with three sensors at the forefront of the market, with the best night mode and a scary hardware cast:

Triple sensor (1x RGB 40 megapixel and aperture f / 1.8; 1x 20 megapixel monochrome and aperture f / 1.6; 1x 8 megapixel telephoto lens and aperture f / 2.4).
Leica Vario-Summilux-H optics.
Color temperature sensor.
Hybrid autofocus by laser sensor and phase detection.
ISO 104200
Hybrid zoom of 5 increases.
4K video and in ‘slow motion’ at 960 fps / 720p.

3D Live Maker, the Qmojis and object holograms: technology can also impress!

And the truth is that with so many possibilities it was logical that Huawei advanced on a technology that Google was studying with Project Tango, and that it is the basis of an augmented reality that will undoubtedly be present in the future human-machine interaction.

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro can model the space in 3D to scan our face and turn it into a Qmoji powered by AI, which understands our gestures and imitates them perfectly to express emotions in a chat conversation.

These trendy emoticons also present holograms of objects, because Huawei’s new flagship is capable of scanning any type of object by focusing it in all its angles to create a holographic model in three dimensions, a virtual object with which we can then Play by entering it in photographs:

It is the 3D Live Maker application that does the magic, being able to scan anything from the real world to use it in social networks or photos, with objects that can even react to our movements and that are supported natively by services such as Facebook.

During the modeling process, 3D Live Maker will guide us in a simple process that requires a correct illumination on the object to be modeled, which we will move before the camera to create a virtual avatar that will be stored in the memory of the phone, and on which we can change size, appearance and even give life through animations that allow you to create print montages.

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