Rethinking Hybrid Meeting Spaces

The current meeting space set up does not work very well for hybrid meetings. Remote participants often have trouble seeing and hearing people in the room, viewing content on the whiteboard, or even worse, get left out during in room conversations.  It is time to rethink spaces to make sure everyone can be seen and heard, and fully participate from any location.

Rethinking Hybrid Meeting Spaces

The solution? Redesign meeting rooms, optimizing the layout and the technology for more inclusive, interactive, and immersive hybrid meeting experiences. For example:

  • Reconfigure the room with the display on the long wall and a curved table facing the screen
  • Display video calls in new video gallery format that maximizes content size and provides a life size view of remote attendees
  • Place camera at eye level, making interactions between people in the room and remote participants feel more natural
  • Include AI-informed audio and video, such as intelligent cameras that enhance focus and framing, allowing people in the room to have their own frame in the gallery view

Updating spaces can help improve face-to-face interactions with remote teams, making the hybrid meeting experience better for everyone, in every space.

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