Google is working on a new feature for Android phones that will allow them to read QR codes from across the room.

The feature, which is still in development, uses machine learning to automatically detect QR codes in the camera frame and zoom in on them so that they can be read.

The new feature is being made available to developers through the Google Code Scanner API. This means that developers can start adding the feature to their own apps right away. However, it is not clear when the feature will be rolled out to all Android phones.

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The ability to read QR codes from across the room could be a major convenience for many people. QR codes are increasingly being used to provide information about products, services, and locations. With the new feature, people will be able to scan QR codes from a distance, without having to get up close and personal with them.

This could be especially helpful in situations where QR codes are located in hard-to-reach places, such as on the back of a product or on a wall across the room. It could also be helpful for people who have difficulty reading QR codes due to poor vision.

The new feature is still in development, but it has the potential to make QR codes more accessible and convenient for everyone.

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