Gives you feedback on your body language and your gaze behavior during your call.
With NUIA Full Focus all you need is a quick glance at the relevant information and NUIA Full Focus brings it directly under the camera via eye control. This way you always signal eye contact and attention to your conversation partners and establish trust – completely intuitively and without thinking even in home office.
Studies prove that content is easier to remember if there is also eye contact during communication. This allows you to deliver your content better and more convincingly.
An automatic reminder always ensures that you are at the optimal camera angle and maintain sufficient eye contact.
NUIA Full Focus is the innovative software for professional remote or video communication of any kind. Whether in sales, for webinars, trainings, application situations or daily meetings with employees: NUIA Full Focus automatically ensures natural eye contact by duplicating the content that is important right now under your camera in no time – in all common video conferencing systems, such as Teams, Zoom, Google Hangouts, Webex, Skype and others.
During the pandemic, NUIA Full Focus is the best video conference tool to work from home.
NUIA Full Focus comes as a bundle of the NUIA software for Windows 10 and an eye tracker for USB 2.0 ports. The solution supports screen sizes up to 30'' and 34'' (widescreen). Your camera for video conferencing and the eye tracker must be on the same monitor.
All users who have already become familiar with the eye control in their daily work with NUIA Productivity+ will find the use of NUIA Full Focus a pleasant extension of their usual eye control routine. But instead of working with the mouse, video-based activities on the screen are now also supported by an innovative NUIA application.
"... NUIA Full Focus proves to be an extremely practical tool for video calls and conferences."
"In fact, this results in always establishing eye contact with the conversation partner - and that's also regardless of whether you're looking at the person you're talking to or secretly reading the news during a meeting."