MSI’s latest gaming monitor uses facial recognition to personalise your settings

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  1. Calliers

    Calliers HH's MC Staff Member

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    MSI is calling its latest panel ‘AI’ although there doesn’t look to be much inference going on. Rather the MPG341CQR is equipped with a handful of smart features to enhance the usual specs sheet and, along with some hardware augmentations, help MSI’s latest panel stand out from the crowd.

    Still, whether technically AI or not, the new smart functionality could prove handy for gamers on shared PCs. The main draw is the screen’s facial recognition software that will actively switch between user profiles depending on who’s sitting in front of the panel. Each profile stores a user’s individual picture and hardware settings, including RGB profiles, and proved itself to be pretty speedy to respond to a new user during a live demo over at MSI’s Computex booth.

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    I could use this! It could detect when a certain somebody is sitting in front of the screen and turn the backlight off completely, because everything else is "too bright" (and then return to normal for the rest of us).
     
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    how about bring out those displays with eye tracking that made the mouse mostly obsolete.... that were being demo'd what.. 4 years ago?
     

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