Nvidia has updated one of its best tools, Nvidia Broadcast. Real-time effect software for a camera or audio system can now establish an artificial eye connection between you and your conversation partners.
For several years now, Nvidia has offered owners of GeForce RTX graphics cards a very interesting tool: Nvidia Broadcast. This software allows you to intercept the camera or microphone stream to apply effects in real time using the power of your graphics card and artificial intelligence.
You can create a believable artificial green screen or suppress ambient noise to leave just your voice. It is especially effective in summer to erase fan noise.
Fine tuning of settings
With this new effect, Nvidia will artificially render an image as your gaze is directed toward the camera. What makes interactions on Google is deadAnd disagreement where Zoom in More normal, in principle.
This is an effect that many companies are trying to incorporate into their video conferencing system, and it will definitely take time to get used to. Having someone look you in the eye during a video call is really frustrating at first. We grew up staring at a screen.
Additionally, during our early tests, we noticed that the system could push its algorithm too hard at times. Thus creating a very strange effect whereby the person changes their gaze position every second.
Nvidia warns that this effect is currently in beta. There is no doubt that the company will introduce subtle adjustments with future updates.
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