Kumospace: Try this fun new way to mix up your virtual meetings

Down with boring online meetings!

If you’re bored with the standard blocky layout and unimaginative alternatives, Kumospace is here to shake things up and make virtual spaces a bit more fun.

We don’t think we’re wrong in assuming your life is filled with countless virtual meetings. Whether it’s a spur-of-the-moment get-together with distant friends or that weekly catch-up for work, online meetings are just a part of day-to-day life now.


There are some pretty cool featured that allow Kumospace to stand out in the now seemingly overcrowded space of virtual meetings spaces. One of the key ways they do this is by allowing users to build their own virtual room, complete with furniture, customer images, YouTube videos, games, and even a jukebox that can stream right from Spotify.


Once your room is complete and looks just the way you want, visitors are free to move around the space using the arrow keys on their keyboards. Kumospace uses spatial audio so that even in a virtual room filled with 30 people, individuals can join and leave their own private conversations happening all around the room. Just virtually walk over and say hello! Don’t worry, if you need to get everyone’s attention, you can always just broadcast to the whole meeting at once.

Kumospace is not only very flexible, but it’s also remarkably simple to set up and customize. It’s perfect for meetings, team-building exercises, parties, networking, trade shows, classrooms, or anything else you might need a virtual space for.

(How they) Monetize

Kumospace has two different pricing tiers and the good news is that one of them is free! All core features can be accessed with unlimited rooms, customizable furniture, and a capacity for up to 30 concurrent participants!

If you need Kumospace for something more, they have a paid plan too, which gives you more advanced presentation and privacy tools, priority support, and a capacity limit of up to 1000 guests.

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For more information and to start customizing your very own room, click here.

Featured image: Kumospace via facebook.com