The Surface Hub 2 Smart Camera is Microsoft's first AI-powered smart webcam. The device is advertised as being able to improve the quality of remote meetings in companies.
The camera received a 12 megapixel sensor with a viewing angle of 136 °. The computing power of the device is 1 Tflops. That is more than the original Xbox 360.
A new special algorithm allows the camera to automatically compensate for distortion, tilt and wide-angle correction to make objects look realistic. In particular, the Smart Camera can detect everyone in the room and adjust the settings so that all participants are visible during the meeting.
According the official announcement, Surface Hub 2 Smart Camera has a wide field of view that’s greater than 130 degrees, digital pan-tilt-zoom, high-quality glass optics, and a great low light sensor.
The Surface Hub 2 Smart Camera attaches to the top of Surface Hub 2 with a magnetic clip. It connects to your device using a USB-C port.
Interested customers can get the camera separately from the Surface Hub 2S for $799. In addition, the 85-inch Surface Hub 2S and Surface Hub 2 Smart Camera bundles will go on sale May 31 for $21,999. Learn more here.
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