This app for macOS makes the video feel futuristic to fit in with the background, and is free for the quarantine

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With millions of people confined in all the world (and many of them teletrabajando) the video call services have gained even more popularity, being essential tools to keep in touch with family, loved ones, co-workers and customers.

Zoom, Skype or Hangouts are some of the platforms most commonly used, and allow us to from make group video calls up to share our own screen. Here is where it enters Glass, an app for macOS that makes it possible for us to follow popping up to full screen while we make a presentation.


You can also use it as a “mirror”

The result is both futuristic and stand blurred about what we fund. That means that we will be able to point to any corner of the screen, something that can be very useful in certain occasions.

If we are talking about the Glass is because, due to everything that is happening with the coronavirus, its creators have decided to offer it free of charge. Ensure that, with this gesture, expect that you can help to “remote workers”.

“It’s perfect for working at a distance through Zoom, screencasts via YouTube, programming live via Twitch, etc”

Once we have installed, in the menu bar will appear the icon of the application, from which we will be able to adjust the level of opacity that you want to appear on the screen.

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In addition to video calls, developers Glass also speak to us of another possible use: convert the screen of our computer in a “mirror”.

“Sometimes I leave a Glass on while working to be able to see my beautiful face”, they assure in the web page. This allows us to “to detect people who fisgonea over your shoulder”so you have more privacy.

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This app for macOS makes the video feel futuristic to fit in with the background, and is free for the quarantine

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Santi Araujo

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