Logitech International S.A. (NASDAQ: LOGI) has unveiled RightSight 2 software that now simultaneously presents both a close-up view of the individual speaker and a view of the whole meeting room during video calls. Utilizing RightSight 2 technology, far-end members may follow the current speaker while also gaining context from the group, such as one person waving to another or writing on a whiteboard.
RightSight 2 uses audio and video intelligence to figure out where individuals are in the room and where their sounds are coming from. Speaker View is a new option in Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini that leverages the two-camera system to produce a picture-in-picture view of the active speaker and the entire group.
Furthermore, Logitech is working to improve its software intelligence so that remote participants may have the same engaging, inclusive experiences as if they were in the room. Logitech’s latest innovation, RightSight 2, is part of the company’s ongoing effort to make meetings fairer now and in the future.
Additionally, all of Logitech’s main cloud video conferencing partners are compatible with RightSight 2’s Speaker View. It offers IT teams peace of mind that their Logitech video collaboration ecosystem will respond to the new needs of their hybrid workplace. The functionality will operate with Microsoft Teams Rooms for Android and Windows as a picture-in-picture mode. Moreover, it will smoothly connect with Zoom Rooms multi-stream technology, which displays each of the speaker and room streams as independent, individual tiles.