Equity and human connection with Gallery View
In hybrid meetings, proximity bias can make it challenging for participants to connect. Gallery View to Huddly IQ is designed to solve this problem. Using a split-view layout, Gallery View frames room participants focusing on the face and upper body, making it easy to pick up on non-verbal cues like body language and facial expressions.
Furthermore, Gallery View strives to make everyone a similar size so that no one person stands out more than another. It also removes unnecessary dead space from the image. Everyone can better see and understand one another, leading to more effective communication and a greater sense of equity.
In the initial version of the feature, the split view supports meetings with two participants in the room. Whenever there are more participants, the camera automatically shows the whole group; if there is only one, the person is shown up close.
Gallery View works in huddle, small, and medium meeting rooms on Huddly IQ and Huddly IQ with mic.