With a high volume of people now working from home and remotely attending classes, video conference chats have become the go-to way for people to communicate with one another. Quickly, some people found that they could either use a still image or a looping video to trick people into thinking they're attending the meetings in real-time—and Coors Light is now introducing a branded tool of its own to help people sneak out of never-ending video meetings.
The Clone Machine tool helps to create a stand-in for one's video calls by helping people capture a video of themselves, so that a convincing double can be created in a matter of 30 seconds. With the tool, users can save the video and use it as a Zoom background the next time they need an escape.
Coors Light's Clone Machine Creates a Stand-In for Video Conference Chats
Laura McQuarrie — May 15, 2020 — Tech
References: coorslight & designtaxi