If your webcam is on top of your laptop screen or desktop computer, it can be very difficult to make eye contact during a video call. iContact is a new eyeline webcam designed to interact with conference call participants.
Designed by professional video directors, the iContact camera features a simple mount that allows you to quickly set up and remove the camera from the center of your screen. Designed to accommodate screens of any thickness, the mounting system features adjustable clamps and a USB-C connection. Early Bird Pledges are now available starting at around $99 or £89 for this novel project. (according to current exchange rate)offering a significant discount of approximately 20% off the retail price while the Kickstarter crowdfunding is ongoing.
“My name is Stacey Nemo. I have been a video director for most of my career. In video, it is essential to capture non-verbal communication, which draws us mentally and emotionally into the story. However, having a camera above the screen cuts off most visual communication cues. and it looks like you’re making eye contact, but you can’t really see it at all, which makes the whole call feel unnatural: your eyes move from the camera to the person, so you’re focused It’s hard to do, and you end up looking tense and distracted.”
Assuming the iContact crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required pledge target and project completion goes smoothly, global shipments are expected to occur around December 2022. Learn more about the iContact eyeline webcam project. Check out the promotional video below.
“The contact camera adapts easily to most computer screens and does not require additional software. I chose a camera with a close diagonal field of view.”
For a complete list of all available pledge options, stretch goals, additional media, and other eye line webcam features, follow the link below to jump to the official iContact crowdfunding campaign page .
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