Zoom participants side by side… The Last Supper play?

As a video conferencing tool, Zoom, which grew rapidly during the Corona 19 period, started supporting the Immersive View feature that allows participants to appear side-by-side in a virtual office or classroom. With zoom 5.6.3 or higher, this feature allows the organizer to seat participants in the desired position, making it look like they are having a meeting or class in a virtual reality world.

This function can accommodate up to 25 people and can be arranged in a row. In this case, Christ, who appears in Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper, creates a table-like landscape surrounded by the 12 apostles just before his execution. If you are taking a class, you can choose an auditorium if the background is a classroom or if you give a presentation. This allows you to have a meeting or class in a more realistic atmosphere. It also saves the participant the trouble of choosing a separate background.

In addition, it can be done like a living picture in which participants are placed one by one in a frame hanging on the wall. If it is arranged in the form of the Last Supper, it may happen that bread and wine are arranged, or who are in the seat of Judas enjoys play. Related information can be found here.



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