Video Conference Light Bar

$ 49.99

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. 

Customer Reviews

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Neil van Niekerk
Works like a charm.

These lights work like a charm. With a low profile, they clip easily to the top of my monitor, and really do improve my appearance on Zoom chats, compared to the top-heavy light in my study.

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Kevin Gibbs
Low profile, quality light.

I bought four lamps. They give bright, color adjustable, light. The units are low profile on top of my curved monitor. I am happy with them. I am on conf calls most of the workday and my appearance is greatly improved with high quality light.

Single Light Bar

Dual Light Bars

Introducing

Video Conference Light Bars

A low-profile solution for optimal video call lighting

Introducing

Video Conference Light Bars

Color temperature control for natural and professional lighting in seconds.

Sleek and Minimal

Evenly Diffused Lighting

Look your best on video calls without bulky ring lights,
tripods, or other contraptions. Powered by USB-C.

Expandable

Start with a single light for a laptop, and expand
up to four lights for an ultra-wide monitor.