Use Case: Video Conference

Analyze your audience attention and engagement during online meetings, lessons, events and webinars, to make the experience more human, effective and engaging.

MorphCast Video Conference | MorphCast

Bring a new level of interaction and engagement to virtual meetings

Imagine being able to look at your audience during a webinar, lecture or online event as you do in a physical, face-to-face space... this is possible with MorphCast Facial Emotion Recognition AI! You can use the ready-to-use MorphCast for Zoom app to measure attention, your audience's engagement, and more. This way, you can keep participants interested throughout your virtual meetings.

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“It is not an easy task for organizers to observe the engagement level of a video meeting audience [...] the participant’s head pose and facial expression can give an estimate about whether the person is actively attending the video conference or not.”

The importance of insights and analytics during and after a virtual meeting

MorphCast for Zoom allows you to experience your online meetings in a new and significantly more effective way! With our app you can now measure the level of attention, engagement and emotions of your audience to test and guide the effectiveness of your virtual gatherings.

Real-time dashboard

Real-time dashboard

MorphCast for Zoom provides you with a real-time dashboard with which you can monitor your audience during your meetings, webinars, online classes or any virtual event. You will be able to gauge the attention and engagement levels of your participants and modulate your communication to keep them high!

Analytics dashboard

Analytics dashboard

Data collected during your virtual events will be saved in a detailed analytics dashboard. You will be able to access the dashboard at any time to evaluate the quality of your online meetings and optimize your communication strategy for future meetings.

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