The video conference calls many companies have come to rely on over the past month are filled with homebound employees hunkered in nondescript spare bedrooms, basements and dining rooms.
JLR offers virtual adventure
Jaguar Land Rover is offering an alternative with a growing library of virtual background images showing its vehicles going on global adventures. The first batch includes a Jaguar I-Pace chilling oceanfront in Spain, a Land Rover Defender in the Namibian desert and a Range Rover Evoque crossing the Corinth Canal in Greece.
The company says more images will be coming on a regular basis so fans can take their colleagues on a virtual trip around the world while discussing office minutiae.
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