Using CL As A Skype Light
Do you use the Skype program to chat during your day to friends, but also colleagues? It seems that a lot of companies have allowed Skype to be installed on computers at work stations, because they can use the voice over IP system and cut down on long distance phone calls to other employees in the company. Some companies that have a lot of International offices and that could mean a lot of savings in phone calls. So how can you make your Skype video call look even more professional?
You can use a web conferencing light to put yourself in the best light possible. Chatlight easily attaches to the sides of the computer monitor so that you can be illuminated correctly, no matter what time of the day or night you are conducting the chat. The light can make you look your best, even if you don’t feel like it if it is the middle of the night for you, but you are talking to colleagues in France.
The Skype light works to highlight your facial features without washing them out like regular lights do. Desktop lights and overhead lights are usually too bright for the web cam to handle and will make a horrible glare. Going without lights will make a person look like they are staring in to a cave, trying to find you as they talk to you. The Skype light works perfectly when you are chatting over Skype to present the perfect balance of light so you aren’t too washed out or hidden in the shadows as you chat.
Chatlight hooks to the top of the computer monitor and can be turned on and off as you are ready to chat. The lights are not hot like how regular lightbulbs can get. These lights can be turned on and off whenever you are ready for them or as soon as you are done. The lights attach to the monitor, no matter what size or type it is. The small, handheld monitors have the lights closer together. The larger monitors have the lights a little bit apart. No matter what size your monitor is, the Skype lights will show you off to look your best. No harsh glares and no dime caves to look in to. You will only wish that all of your colleagues, friends and relatives would get Skype lights so you can enjoy looking at what they do – perfectly lit screens.