Look at Your Webcam When You’re on a Zoom Call

Hey JerseyNYC musicians we are continuing on with tips on using Zoom and other automated camera technologies. Whether using Zoom or any webcam technology, this a good tip, since it’s part of our new norm.

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GregoryBurrus

Everybody is doing some version of Zoom Meetings or holding Live Music Events.

Eye contact isn’t easy for everyone. And now that we’ve been in isolation for months, it can be hard to remember how, exactly, to interact and function in the presence of other human beings. For now, the closest most of us get is on work video meetings, when you get a glimpse into your colleague’s quarantine life (and home). When you’re in a group video conference (or even if it’s just one-on-one) it can be hard to remember to make digital eye contact with the other people, especially your live music audience on the call—but it’s probably a good idea.

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https://lifehacker.com/when-youre-talking-on-a-zoom-call-look-at-your-webcam-1844196514

2 People in same meeting room is a luxury in our new Social Distancing World.
Now even harder to draw folks to a live music event.

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