Advanced desktop video technologies like 4K image sensors and facial recognition applications targeted to make video a staple of any organization, company says.
Logitech released its new Brio 4K Pro Webcam, the company’s most sophisticated webcam, at the Integrated Systems Europe event that took place earlier this month in Amsterdam. The device is aimed at both business and at-home users; Brio’s key features include:
- Ultra HD 4K Image Sensor — Not only does this camera support 4K at 30 fps, but it’s also adaptable to meet what is offered by a user’s application and monitor. It also supports 1080p at 30 or 60 fps, and 720p at 30 or 60 fps.
- RightLight 3 with HDR — This is Logitech’s implementation of high dynamic range (HDR) technology for light adjustment; it adjusts automatically to support different lighting environments such as low light, direct sunlight, or high contrast.
- Infrared Sensor Login — Working with Windows Hello and other facial recognition software, Brio uses infrared technology for facial recognition that allows the camera to be used as single sign on for the laptop or desktop device as well as the video conferencing application.
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