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Aaj mai aplogo ko batane wala hu ki aap kis tarah se apni Facebook i’d ko overlite kar sakte ho….. Wo bhi bari asani sey…. Toh agar ap bhi apni id ko overlite karna chahte ho toh niche diye gayi video ko pura dekhna……

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(NEXSTAR) – If you, like many people, have spent an impressive amount of time on Zoom since the start of the pandemic, you may have experienced the phenomenon known as “Zoom fatigue.”

But why is video conferencing so tiring? A new publication this week in Technology, Mind, and Behavior, seeks answers.

According to study author and Stanford professor Jeremy N. Bailenson, Zooming is largely exhausting due to what he calls “nonverbal overload,” or “excessive amounts of close-up eye gaze, cognitive load, increased self-evaluation from staring at video of oneself, and constraints on physical mobility.”

Bailenson focused on Zoom, rather than other teleconferencing software, as it has become the standard for videoconferencing in many fields, and its users jumped from 10 million in December 2022 to more than 300 million five months later.

Additionally, he points out that the study is theoretical, and the claims it makes are arguments, rather than scientific findings.

Regardless, Bailenson makes a series of compelling explanations for Zoom fatigue.

For one, behaviors usually reserved for close relationships, such as long stretches of direct eye contact and close-up faces, have suddenly become the norm for interacting with everyone on Zoom.

“Anyone who speaks for a living understands the intensity of being stared at for hours at a time,” Bailenson writes. “Even when speakers see virtual faces instead of real ones, research has shown that being stared at while speaking causes physiological arousal. But Zoom’s interface design constantly beams faces to everyone, regardless of who is speaking. From a perceptual standpoint, Zoom effectively transforms listeners into speakers and smothers everyone with eye gaze.”

Secondly, Zoom requires users to “work harder” to send and receive nonverbal communication signals. Users must constantly monitor nonverbal behavior and send intentionally generated cues to others, such as nodding exaggeratively or making direct eye contact when speaking.

“Even the way we vocalize on video takes extra effort,” Bailenson said.

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Tom Grennan put on a virtual gig last night (February 5), but things didn’t go according to plan at first due to a number of eager fans.

The interactive gig, which was put on using new technology provided by inKLICK, ended up having to be pushed back an hour from 7pm to 8pm after 27,000 fans tuned in at the same time to watch the set.

“Guysss I’ve gone and broken the internet!!” Grennan tweeted his fans. “Going back live at 8pm if you can’t get onto the link head to my Facebook page where it’ll be streaming live x”

After the singer’s team finished recovering the servers, he updated fans on the status of the gig. “We broke the internet. But we WE ARE NOW LIVE ON FACEBOOK!!!!!” he tweeted.

The technology used meant the first few hundred fans could appear on huge screens in front of Grennan during his performance. It also allowed them to interact with him and his band throughout the set, which saw him debut new material from his forthcoming album ‘Evering Road’.

Due out on March 5, ‘Evering Road’ is preceded by the singles ‘Amen’, ‘Something Better’ and ‘Little Bit Of Love’.

Discussing the themes behind ‘Evering Road’, which follows his 2018 debut ‘Lighting Matches’, Grennan said: “This album has been such a therapeutic experience, it has helped me through one of the toughest times of my life. ‘Evering Road’ documents a transitional stage for me, where I felt I’ve learnt so much and grown into a new man, moving myself into a new calm and positive space.

“Gospel and soul have been a huge influence on me during this album, for me it’s so emotional yet uplifting, and I wanted to translate this DNA through my music. I’m just BUZZING for people to hear it, so hopefully it can be a lifeboat of sorts for at least one person.”

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