Minimizing Zoom fatigue during virtual meetings
Zoom fatigue has been a common topic for many using the Zoom video conferencing for classes or meetings and a Stanford Research has identified 4 main causes of such fatigue.
- Excessive amounts of close-up eye contact is highly intense.
- Seeing yourself during video chats constantly in real-time is fatiguing.
- Video chats dramatically reduce our usual mobility.
- The cognitive load is much higher in video chats.
Solution: With the Zoom Control Device you can 1. control your distance from your computer screen with the device 6ft of cable, 2. turn your audio and video on/off with the Zoom control device without moving back and forth to your computer, 3. have user mobility with the long cable rather than getting stuck on your computer to operate raising your hand up/down at every single comment (you'll be the quickest hand raiser in your class/meeting), 4. avoid trying to remember the keyboard shortcuts for the most common functions by using the device four controls 1-click visual press buttons, 5. and with Zoom Control Device at the tip of your hand, you avoid using your mouse to move and find the four common functions (raise hand, video, audio, participants) when they're hidden from sight...it's right on your device controls.
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