On Windows 10, Eye Contact is a feature that uses the artificial intelligence (AI) of the Surface Pro X processor to adjust your gaze during a video call, as if you were looking at the camera, not at all. screen right.
Eye Contact is implemented as part of Windows 10 build 20175 and enabled through the Surface app. This feature will automatically apply to any application that uses the Surface Pro X’s front-facing camera, such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Skype, etc.
In this tutorial, you will learn the steps to enable Eye Contact on Windows 10.
Enable Eye Contact on Windows 10
To enable Eye Contact on Surface Pro X, follow these steps:
Important Note : At the time of writing, the feature is still in preview mode, so the device will need a 20175 build or higher from the Windows Insider Program’s Dev Channel, and you’ll need to install the latest version of the Surface app. .
1. Open the Surface app .
2. Click Eye Contact.
3. Turn on the Use Eye Contact switch.
4. Click the Preview button .
Once you complete the steps, the Eye Contact feature will automatically apply to any app.
Surface Pro X
The Surface Pro X is a tablet that incorporates a Microsoft SQ1 processor, which is a custom version of the ARM processor that Microsoft has partnered with Qualcomm. This means you get the smartphone processor inside the tablet, bringing the benefits of the phone out of the computer.
Since the feature is currently in preview, it’s expected to go official soon. If you can’t wait any longer, you can download and install the latest Windows 10 preview from Settings> Update & Security> Windows Insider Program , register your device and then check for updates from the Windows site. Update.