Information Accessed and Use of TrueDepth API
When you use the Hands free navigation feature feature on Crouton, we use Apple’s TrueDepth API to read facial expressions in order to determine whether or not to trigger the action for swiping left and right (That is, we check if the user’s winking with their left or right eye or not, or opening their mouth). The entire processing for the hands free navigation feature is done on device and in real time. The TrueDepth data never leaves the device, is never stored on the device or stored on our server or shared with any other third party, or for any other purpose other than setting up and using hands free navigation. Furthermore, it’s an Opt-in feature, that works only with your explicit permission to use the front facing camera.
How do we use your personal information
We make use of the TrueDepth API to read facial expressions in order to determine whether or not a user is winking or opening their mouth. This information is not recorded for any further use. It is not stored for any future use. It is not shared with any third party services. And it is always processed on device
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