Microsoft has unveiled a new feature for Xbox One controllers that allows users to switch between the controller’s Face and Eye mode, which can be accessed from the Xbox’s Home screen.
Xbox One owners can choose from six different face modes to use in their home, including face mode for Face detection and facial recognition, facial recognition for face recognition, face detection and face recognition with speech, face recognition and voice recognition, or Face detection for face detection with voice recognition.
If you choose Face detection, Microsoft says you can turn on facial recognition and make it available to the system for facial recognition detection.
Face detection works on Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PCs, but the feature is only available on the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. Microsoft also says Face detection on Xbox and Windows devices can automatically enable facial recognition when a face is detected using the Xbox App or Face ID feature.
In the face mode, you can tap on the face to get a preview of a new face.
Then, swipe to the right or left to adjust the mask, which will be displayed in the Xbox app.
If you tap the mask to the side, the face will move in the background, as well as open up in a new tab.
The face mode works best on Xbox consoles.
If the face is too small, you may need to resize it manually.