Zoom is rolling out a video background feature called Immersive View that could make video calls feel a bit more like an office meeting
This new Zoom feature lets you virtually sit next to your fellow video call participants in a classroom, a boardroom or anywhere else in one virtual background.
Zoom backgrounds: The pandemic’s wallpaper
With these tropical Zoom backgrounds, you can at least act like you are tuning in from a scenic beach vacation and not your living room and no one will even know.
Did you try Zoom's new Immersive View mode? Here is how you can get started.
Three new virtual productions, set in haunted homes and an interactive hotel, give you the excitement of exploring spaces that are off limits.
Zoom, one of the most popular services for virtual meetings, has started rolling out a new feature called Immersive View that aims to make meetings a lot more
Do's and don'ts of Zoom and tips and tricks to make you Zoom like a pro. From fixing up your appearance to working with apps like Slack and Teams.
When courtrooms shifted to remote technology due to the pandemic, some felt that the virtual experience didn't feel as realistic as an actual in-person trial. The Online Courtroom Project is working to fix that.
The April security update for Galaxy Tab S7 brings with it support for Samsung's clever virtual video background feature and more.
How can psychiatry meet its ethical duty to mitigate climate change while also promoting collegiality at conferences?
New statewide school attendance data show the percentage of students deemed chronically absent was up so far this pandemic-disrupted school year, as compared to the last three academic years, with rates soaring among English learners, economically disadvantaged students, and students with disabilities. Seventeen percent of Massachusetts students have been categorized as chronically absent — meaning they missed 10 percent or…
Sholem Asch’s 1906 drama “God of Vengeance” (“Got Fun Nekome”) has a storied history. Its United States debut in the original Yiddish in 1907 was greeted with outrage from Orthodox newspapers. Its …
An award-winning play about a computer programmer gets turned into an interactive live experience with the help of Georgia State.
A Virtual Whodunnit, is the latest foray into the virtual realm for the Lake County Theatre Company (LCTC). In this play, Preston Sterling is hosting a Zoom meeting with his children, third wife, and closest staff to celebrate his birthday. The bitter old billionaire is bullying everyone once again and threatening to change his will when—ZZZZZT! Sterling is electrocuted through his phone: Enter Sloan, Detective Sloan, homicide. Through a series of Zoom conferences, Sloan questions the usual suspects, all of whom had a motive. When every suspect has motive and opportunity, it's up to our brave detective AND the audience to find the killer. With three possible endings, every performance means you'll never be sure Whodunnit.
Offering live, virtual classes in topics including chemistry, calculus, physics and algebra, career panels with industry partners, and more.
The shift to WFH has changed the game when it comes to answering questions about your strengths and weaknesses.
The first week in May is considered Teacher Appreciation Week. Now more than ever, teachers deserve a world of thanks for all their efforts during the
Zoom just rolled out “Immersive View”, allowing hosts to arrange up to 25 participants together in one meeting environment.
In this edition of his Virtual Lawyering column, Mark A. Berman summarizes some of the practices and procedures set out in Virtual Bench Trial Protocols and Procedures that counsel should be mindful of and which can be adapted to multiple types of virtual appearances.
A great use of virtual background - Apr 27
Quiltfolk Virtual Show-and-Tell Episode 2 - Irina discusses pops of color on dark backgrounds; Margaret shares how a 100-day project led her to match fabrics with book covers galore; Scott presents his paper-pieced portrait of a Mexican luchador; and Jess discusses her 2020 COVID-19 quilt. - May 4