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You can use any Alexa to summon Spotify, Pandora, or i Heart Radio, and even opt to have songs play simultaneously on yours and someone else’s Portal for a decentralized dance party.

Facebook worked with an Oscar award-winning cinematographer to make Smart Lens feel natural.So the team built Portal to be simple enough for young children and grandparents to use, even if they’re too young or old to spend much time on smartphones. as where you will have multiple assistants and you will use them for whatever they do best . You can group video chat with up to seven friends, use augmented reality effects to hide your face or keep children entertained, and transfer calls to and from your phone.Before you even wake up Portal, it runs a slideshow of your favorite Facebook photos and videos, plus shows birthday reminders and notifications. 400 million Facebookers use Messenger video chat monthly, racking up 17 billion calls in 2017, inspiring Facebook to build Portal around the feature.The goal was to reimagine video chat not as a utilitarian communication tool, but for “the feeling of being in the same room even if you’re thousands of miles apart” Facebook Portal’s marketing lead Dave Kaufman tells me.Clearly drinking the social network’s Kool-Aid, he says that “it’s clear that Facebook has done a good job when you’re talking about the breadth of human connection, but we’re focusing on the depth of connection.” The saddening motive?

Facebook worked with an Oscar award-winning cinematographer to make Smart Lens feel natural.So the team built Portal to be simple enough for young children and grandparents to use, even if they’re too young or old to spend much time on smartphones. as where you will have multiple assistants and you will use them for whatever they do best . You can group video chat with up to seven friends, use augmented reality effects to hide your face or keep children entertained, and transfer calls to and from your phone.Before you even wake up Portal, it runs a slideshow of your favorite Facebook photos and videos, plus shows birthday reminders and notifications. 400 million Facebookers use Messenger video chat monthly, racking up 17 billion calls in 2017, inspiring Facebook to build Portal around the feature.The goal was to reimagine video chat not as a utilitarian communication tool, but for “the feeling of being in the same room even if you’re thousands of miles apart” Facebook Portal’s marketing lead Dave Kaufman tells me.Clearly drinking the social network’s Kool-Aid, he says that “it’s clear that Facebook has done a good job when you’re talking about the breadth of human connection, but we’re focusing on the depth of connection.” The saddening motive?product combines Alexa (and eventually Google Assistant) with a countertop video chat screen that zooms to always keep you in frame.