Making eye contact during a video call or live streaming can be a difficult task, so eye contact functionality was added to NVIDIA Broadcast 1.4 as a way to support a more authentic experience for users.
Turning this feature on automatically keeps the user’s eyes facing the camera, giving the appearance of eye contact when the user is not. This is great for when users read comments or check scripts in chat to keep the audience engaged.
The Eye Contact feature is out, but it’s not quite ready given the wide range of scenarios that can occur in studios and offices everywhere. This feature requires an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 video card with 8 GB of RAM and is recommended with at least an Intel Core i5-8600 or Ryzen 5 2600 processor.