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Logitech succeeds in creating its own video conferencing booth Similar to Google's Project Starline

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Google Starline could turn video calls into 3D holographic experiences (Image credit- Mashable)

As more businesses explore ways to make virtual meetings feel more like in-person ones, video conferences have become a ubiquitous part of our lives. Project Ghost from Logitech aims to close this gap by integrating its current video technology into an on-site booth. The call will feel more welcoming because of the booth's use of a huge screen and vibrant, warm hues, which were created in partnership with Steelcase. The video's quality, which felt remarkably genuine and personal while only streaming at 1080p or below, was what caught my attention the most. In order to seem as natural as possible, the booth contains a number of additional features, including a black wall for seclusion, a reflective mirror for eye contact, and a dim light that is filtered to make the caller look sharp and in focus. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1000"]Google Project Starline Enables Hyper-Realistic Video Calls Image credit- PC Mag[/caption] While the booth is being designed for businesses interested in large-scale deployments, Logitech also made a suggestion that they might one day be made for use at home, according to the reports. Since the pandemic, the idea of going back to the way things were before seemed like an unattainable fantasy. However, businesses like Steelcase and Logitech are working hard to make communication appear and feel more natural than it has in the video call era. According to the reports, Logitech recently unveiled Project Ghost, a partnership with furniture manufacturer Steelcase to develop a cozy booth for video conversations that simulates the sensation of a face-to-face conversation. The booth is surrounded by walls that are roughly 5 feet 10 inches tall and is equipped with the current Logitech Rally Plus video conferencing equipment. The interior walls of the booth are lined with a pale brown wooden veneer. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="960"]Logitech made Google's Project Starline video conferencing booth — minus  holograms Image credit- Yahoo News[/caption] Examining Methods to Improve the Unit's Suitability for Various Scenarios A pink couch is in front of a hollow wall that has a display and a mirror set at an angle underneath it; a side table with a touchscreen is next to the wall. Also read: Davinci Motor’s E-Motorcycle To Be Unveiled At CES 2023 A charming and friendly ambiance is created by the warmth of the colors and the natural illumination from a filtered overhead light. Since teleconferencing appears more realistic thanks to the embedded camera, a person in the booth can maintain eye contact with the caller. It is currently made with one person in mind. The business has however stated that it is looking into methods to make the device more suitable for various situations, such as larger settings for more people and perhaps a home edition.  

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