Video Conference Light Bar
Look natural on video calls with a HumanCentric Video Conference Light Bar, the world's first expandable low-profile video conference lighting solution. Perfect for video conferencing, Zoom calls, streaming, online classes, and more. Powered by USB-C.
Features adjustable brightness and color temperature to match your room and skin tone and a webcam-style mount for easy set up and removal.
Add additional lights to your system to expand up to four lights for dual or ultrawide monitors. Save by purchasing a dual light system. Each light is 8" wide.
The Single package includes one base light, light controller, and USB-C cable.
The Double package includes one base light, light controller, USB-C cable and one Add-On Only light.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Add-On Only light requires a separate Single or Double HumanCentric light kit, which includes the lighting controller, to function. Add-On Only light does not include a power cable or lighting controller. It will not work without another kit.
- Easy set up and removal - the monitor or laptop light sits on top of your screen with a webcam style stand.
- Preinstalled diffuser provides a soft light panel for a more natural glow and appearance.
- Use the control to adjust brightness and temperature.
- Expandable up to four lights (sold separately).
- Powered by USB-C
- Light width: 8"
Two lights above and one below give very even lighting for conference calls. Nice to be able to change the color temperature as well.
These lights are amazing for illuminating a darkened camera view. You get two in this pack but I only use one as it’s so bright. Also, they do take a lot of power so one is enough when plugging it in and remaining on battery power.
I’ve tried multiple lights to improve visualization during streamed meetings. These Two lights give a balanced, well-lit view.
I love that these aren’t bulky like a ring light, however the back of my monitors are more curved and aren’t the same width across so they don't sit as secure as they should and fall off easily if I bump them slightly which is annoying but not a deal breaker. Other than that they make me look well lit on video calls.