Virtual coworking (for networking and micro meetings)

One of the challenges of hybrid working is the inability to easily meet new people because video conferencing prioritises one speaker at a time. By using technologies such as virbela and framevr and others coming onto the market, which use spatial audio, you can start to cowork virtually, and invite people to meet you and others in the same virtual spaces or metaverses in the breaks. This can allow you to limit meetings to encounters for 5 to 15 minutes at a time, or if the conversation is fruitful to much longer than the typical 45 minute to 60 slot meetings people often organise in person or by video. Working together with others even virtually, can also be combined with applying productivity techniques together to implement and practice more restful working in community.
Duncan Graham · 2 January 2022

One of the challenges of hybrid working is the inability to easily meet new people because video conferencing prioritises one speaker at a time. By using technologies such as virbela and framevr and others coming onto the market, which use spatial audio, you can start to cowork virtually, and invite people to meet you and others in the same virtual spaces or metaverses in the breaks. This can allow you to limit meetings to encounters for 5 to 15 minutes at a time, or if the conversation is fruitful to much longer than the typical 45 minute to 60 slot meetings people often organise in person or by video. Working together with others even virtually, can also be combined with applying productivity techniques together to implement and practice more restful working in community.

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