Tech giant Google is working on new built-in features, such as backdrop blur and other lighting effects, to improve the experience of video conferencing on Chromebooks.
A backdrop blur effect, which is present on Apple’s macOS devices powered by Apple Silicon, is being developed for Chromebooks by the Chrome OS team, according to a prospective feature flag, according to Android Central.
According to the survey, Google Meet and other top video conferencing programs frequently offer backdrop blur.
When you are video chatting with your coworkers, it is a helpful tool for hiding your unkempt bedroom. The platform, which has historically lagged behind Windows PCs and MacBooks in terms of capabilities, will witness a major improvement in user experience with the addition of these effects to Chromebooks as a built-in feature, according to the study.
Another function named “Portrait Relighting,” which is comparable to one present in the Google Camera app for Pixel phones, is probably also being developed by the tech giant.
To enhance the lighting in the original image, Portrait Light, according to Google, “adds a simulated directional light source to portraiture.”
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