NVIDIA Broadcast App Fakes Eye Contact with AI

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NVIDIA Broadcast users no longer have to worry about keeping their eyes glued to their webcams. According to an updated list of features on the app’s official site, NVIDIA Broadcast now features an “Eye Contact” feature that leverages artificial intelligence to make it look as if the user is looking right at their audience even when they’re not. This may prove useful for those who typically rely on a script to get their points across but want an easier way to remain connected with viewers.

NVIDIA Broadcast’s advertised features now include:

  • Eye Contact
    • Keep your eyes on the prize. Eye Contact (beta) uses AI to make it appear as if you’re looking directly at the camera, even when glancing to the side or taking notes.
  • Video Noise Removal
    • No light? No problem. Enhance the quality of your webcam, removing the visual noise that is present in low light situations for a cleaner picture.
  • Auto Frame
    • Lights, camera, app-tion. Dynamically track your movements in real-time with Auto Frame, automatically cropping and zooming so you remain the star of the show — even as you move around.
  • Virtual Background
    • Experience instant creative control at your fingertips. Background Removal, Replacement and Blur allow you to customize your background without the need for expensive equipment or complex lighting setups. Personalize your webcam feed using powerful AI greenscreen effects perfect for work and play, wherever you are. The possibilities are endless.

“The NVIDIA Broadcast app transforms any room into a home studio,” reads a description for the app. “Take your livestreams, voice chats, and video conference calls to the next level with AI-enhanced voice and video.” The latest version (1.4.0) can be downloaded here.

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Tsing Mui
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