AI-powered multi-camera system helps remote attendees feel like they’re seated at the conference table
Today, Logitech announced Logitech Sight, an AI-powered tabletop camera that works with the front-of-room camera Rally Bar or Rally Bar Mini to intelligently capture the best perspective of meeting participants and track conversations as they move around the conference room. In today’s hybrid work landscape, in which 43% of remote employees globally and 38% of remote employees in Singapore report not feeling included, Logitech Sight helps solve the disparity between hybrid teams by giving remote workers an “at the table” experience when meeting with in-office colleagues.
“Meetings today are increasingly seeing a mix of in-person and remote worker participation. The nature of hybrid meetings has unintentionally increased the challenge of delivering equitable experiences to everyone,“ said Bryan Lee, Head of B2B, Southeast Asia, Logitech.
“Logitech Sight, when used with Rally Bar or Rally Bar Mini, uses AI to tackle this issue with a model inspired by Hollywood sets – the art of using multiple camera angles and intelligent direction to bring remote employees off the sidelines and into the room. Bridging the experience gap between in-person and remote meeting participants is a major customer pain point as they navigate the great ‘return to work’, and based on years of research and early customer feedback, we believe that we’ve cracked the code on this mission-critical problem for organizations of all sizes.”
Logitech Sight is the latest in a series of innovations designed to level the playing field for all workers, regardless of whether they choose to collaborate from the office, home, or anywhere else. This is the New Logic of Work: designing technology solutions for all people in all spaces.
As an AI-powered camera, Logitech Sight provides alternative perspectives—by extending audio and video into larger rooms—to Rally Bar or Rally Bar Mini camera at the front of the room. With dual 4K cameras and seven beamforming microphones, Sight captures conversations and nonverbals as they naturally happen. This ultimately enhances employee participation and engagement by helping remote attendees feel as if they’re actually seated at the table. Coming later after launch, Sight will enable RightSight with Smart Switching, adaptive intelligence that selects the best view between the tabletop camera and front-of-room camera, intuitively switching between camera views of in-person interactions and tracking conversations naturally.
By integrating with leading video conferencing platforms like Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Google Meet, Sight makes it easy to use hybrid-friendly meeting layout features like Zoom Smart Gallery and Microsoft Teams dynamic view. Compatibility with popular platforms also gives IT teams assurance that their smart room technology will continue to meet the evolving needs of their hybrid workforce.
Logitech Sight is easy to install with included mounts and integrated cable management—a critical feature for IT teams who need to equip collaboration spaces in a flexible, scalable way. Management is simple through Logitech Sync, free software that enables device monitoring, updating, and troubleshooting from a cloud-based interface. Logitech Sight is backward compatible with Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini, so IT teams can confidently deploy this new technology with their existing video bars.
Sight not only enhances RightSight 2 Speaker View but works alongside Scribe, Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini to help solve one of today’s most pressing
Approach to Sustainability
Logitech is committed to creating a more equitable and climate positive world by actively working to reduce our carbon impact. That’s why Logitech Sight will partially be made using lower impact materials like post-consumer recycled plastics and low-carbon aluminum when possible, and will be shipped in responsibly-sourced packaging.
Pricing and Availability
Logitech Sight will be available globally in mid-2023 with an MSRP of US$1,999
You may also like
Why CIOs Must Make Intelligent Hybrid Workplace Collaboration Solutions a Strategic Priority
Helping IoT to Become “Massive”
Cybercriminals Introduce Three Novel Phishing Tactics to Net Victims
Consumer Can’t Remember Their Passwords and It’s Reshaping the Identity Landscape
The Threat of Cybersecurity in Asia