Zoom Escaper creates annoying background noises in the popular Zoom video telephony program. So if you don't feel like a zoom call anymore, you get a reason to leave it. There are a number of sound effects to choose from, such as a crying baby, which are likely to drive the conversation partner crazy.
Disturbing interruptions in the home office are often easy to imagine. If you want to take advantage of this, Zoom Escaper is a suitable tool, as The Verge writes. The associated audio plug-in VB-Cable is available on the official website . It fades in annoying noises like an echo, an unhappy baby and a crying man in Zoom meetings. The hope is that the interlocutors will ask the user of the nerve tool to leave the video chat. Or that he has an excuse to do it himself.
Why is there a man crying?
Verge editor Chaim Gartenberg tried out the sound effects. According to him, the bad connection, the crying baby and the echo sound convincing and may make sense in the context. The construction site noises should sound realistic, but why should you have a video chat in the middle of a construction site? They'd have to be dampened a bit to sound like a construction site outside the window. A crying man raises the question of who this man is and why he is crying. The barking dog outside is not necessarily something to take care of.
Inventing a Baby to Escape Zoom Calls?
Then there would be wind noise, but why should there be a strong wind in the home office? After all, urinating is supposed to sound very artificial and it remains unclear why one should leave a meeting for this reason. In the case of the crying infant, you should have a baby yourself – and if so, it could cry without a simulation. Or you invent the existence of a baby in order to escape annoying zoom meetings. "Then you may have bigger problems with work than a few annoying video meetings," as The Verge writes.
If you want to try Zoom Escaper once, you can find the tool on the official website . The correct audio settings, which are described there, must be observed.