A statement from the company said that the technologies in RightSense automated light, colour, sound and camera control to make video conferencing more natural and engaging.
RightSense is integrated into devices, including Logitech Rally. It consists of three automation technologies:
Logitech RightSight camera control which leveraged computer vision to automatically frame meeting participants in the room so that users would not need to manually adjust the camera angle;
Logitech RightSound which improved vocal clarity by suppressing background noise and echo, auto-levelling voices, and focusing on active speakers so that everyone in the meeting could hear and be heard.
“Our goal is to eliminate the need to fiddle with remote controls, adjust lighting in the room, and move the microphones and speakers around,” said Scott Wharton, vice-president and general manager of Logitech Video Collaboration.
“Now, with Logitech RightSense technologies, you get a better automated user experience, with unprecedented audio and video performance. You can walk in and hold your meeting without thinking twice about the experience for the people on the far end.”