Meeting Owl Pro

360° smart video conferencing camera

Never have a bad video meeting again.
Owl Labs’ new 360° smart video conferencing camera is here. The Meeting Owl Pro uses smart tech, audio + visual cues and a WiFi based intelligence system to make you feel like you’re in the room, no matter your location.
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Hey Product Hunters 👋 Owl Labs here! We’re on a mission to bring teams together for better work, no matter your location. And today, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of the Meeting Owl Pro. The Meeting Owl first-gen and Meeting Owl Pro are the only 360° camera, mic, speaker smart devices in-market today. How it works: While sitting in the center of a table, it uses vision and voice recognition to automatically shift the camera to focus on whoever is speaking. The result is a fully immersive experience for those who can’t be physically on-site, making everyone feel like they are in the same room. Both products are compatible with all popular video conferencing platforms (i.e. Zoom, Google Meet, Skype for Business, more) and accessible to nearly all businesses at a sub $1k price point. The products are also plug & play and enabled to connect to Wi-Fi, so updates can happen automatically with no drivers or downloads needed. Onto the tech specs... the Meeting Owl Pro 360° smart camera has an enhanced Owl Intelligence System(™), 2X sharper camera with 1080p resolution and 2X louder 360° in-room speaker. With the Meeting Owl Pro, customers can expect their meeting spaces to become increasingly intelligent over time with new smart integrations and capabilities, the first of those features being a new Smart Zooming functionality that identifies, locates, and magnifies the person speaking. Your meeting rooms are about to get a whole lot smarter. Follow us for more exciting business updates to come. Can’t wait to hear what you think! 🦉 Mark
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I'm into this. We need better tooling for distributed teams and companies with multiple offices. Question: When does Owl expand into AR/VR communication? Or is that a trap (i.e. practically not useful or better)? @mark_schnittman
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@rrhoover We've got some stuff coming down the pike in 2020 that could certainly start to open up the possibilities for more AR/VR that I'm excited about. I think there could be some interesting AR applications in the conference room, but I'm not so bullish on VR. I can't see folks in the room having a good experience if they all have goggles covering their faces. Also, I think it's key that users don't have to take extra actions in their meetings, that's why we've been so keen in putting as much AI/robotics automation into the Owl as we can.
We're happy Owl users over here. It makes our morning standup more fun and team loves it. Thanks for a great product!
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@darynakulya Thanks so much for the support, really appreciate it, and nothing drives me more than user love!
Back when I was in the corporate world , we needed this. You have a huge opportunity to take over. Wow. Wish you all the best really!
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@edisonjoao6871 Thanks so much for the encouragement! As a former remote worker I felt the pain of video meetings acutely, now I'm super excited for the Meeting Owl Pro to help alleviate some of the pain.
Big fan of the Owl team. as customers, we enjoyed having Owl's in our large team meetings. it makes the meetings much more interactive because its easier for everyone to be seen and heard. Looking forward to trying the Pro.
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@obaumer Thanks so much for sharing your experience! If you like the Meeting Owl, I think you're gonna love the Pro!