Are you struggling with not looking down at your notes on video conferences? You are not alone.
Professionals worldwide are still getting used to the new virtual world we now find ourselves in. And we know it can be frustrating preparing for your virtual presentations. Especially since you’re expected to present just as you would in person.
But when it comes to working from home, you’ve had to make do with the tools available. And feeling prepared for the virtual landscape is unparalleled of how we’d prepare before 2020. However, being virtual does not take away how largely vital eye contact is. Now more than ever.
What you need is an application that sits on top of video conferences. And sits right below the camera. So it appears to your audience that you’re looking directly at them as you read your remarks.
Enter VODIUM – a virtual teleprompter.
It sits beneath your camera.
This virtual teleprompter sits beneath your desktop or laptop’s camera. It also sits on top of any open apps, web conferencing platforms, or websites. This allows for you – the presenter – to keep your eyes focused near the camera. And the eye contact helps your audience engage, and boost your confidence.
It’s easy to use.
This virtual teleprompter stops you from looking down at your notes, but it’s also easy-to-use. You first start off by copying and pasting your remarks. Then you control the font size, window transparency, and scrolling speed. And you’re ready to go! Watch how VODIUM works here.
In your control, finally.
Finally, with VODIUM, you can release any anxiety you’ve had before. No more memorizing your remarks. No more Sticky Notes. The unsteadiness of the virtual world should not be taken personally. We deserve tools to assist with the new landscape. With a virtual teleprompter, your remarks are displayed at your pace. And you can start and stop whenever you choose.
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VODIUM was built to help. With virtual work here to stay to some extent, use the virtual teleprompter to your advantage. Not only to help you stop looking down at your notes but to also give you one less thing to worry about.