Today, Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ:LOGI) is creating more equitable experiences for hybrid workers with RightSight 2 software that now simultaneously presents both a close-up view of the individual speaker and a view of the entire meeting room during video calls. With RightSight 2 auto-framing technology, far-end participants can follow the active speaker while also getting situational context from the group, such as one person gesturing to another or writing on a whiteboard.
As the workforce adapts to a long-term hybrid environment, Logitech continues to advance its software intelligence to deliver the immersive, inclusive experiences that remote participants would have if they were physically in the room. RightSight 2 is Logitech’s latest innovation in an ongoing goal to make meetings more equitable now and in the future.
“Remote participants can often feel like second-class citizens when they’re on video calls with in-office colleagues. They miss important in-room interactions or may struggle to keep up with the meeting flow,” said Scott Wharton, general manager and vice president, Logitech Video Collaboration. “RightSight 2 is the equalizer for remote participants so they can collaborate with their conference room counterparts on equal footing regardless of their location.”