This website lets you study with your favorite K-Pop idol

Jan 21, 2023 0 comments



During the pandemic, we were introduced to the virtual set-up. All our work was compressed into a device, and so was our social life. Like the pandemic anthem by Benee, everyone was ~Supalonely~ and to cope with the melancholy feeling brought by isolation, virtual study rooms using the functions social media platform, Discord became a thing.


Despite not saying a word to each other, the feeling of having company while you accomplish tasks is very comforting. 


As pandemic restrictions loosen, people are almost unafraid to go out. That also meant workplaces are reopening and schools are slowly returning to the physical set-up. All of a sudden, that lonely feeling resurfaces. However, there may be a solution to that.


Introducing, LifeAt Spaces, a virtual working space that includes many different tools and features that help increase productivity and spice up the repetitive feeling of remote work. 





Their main feature, Spaces, mimics different working environments and scenarios—working at a cafe or the library, working alongside a random person who’s also working, and its most creative space is that it replicates a virtual meeting with your favorite K-pop idol.


Each of the members of a specific K-pop group is placed in separate Zoom tiles where they do mundane things like writing or typing. This also accompanied by ambient sounds such as the dragging of the pen and the clicking of the mouse. Depending on your preference, you can play other ambient noises that mimic different environments such as the ocean, a productive cafe, or the fireplace. 


Other website features include a calendar, a Pomodoro timer that sets a timer for your work, including short and long breaks, and a to-do list maker. That’s all for the website’s free version! However, if you want a wider selection of Spaces, sounds, notes widgets, and more, they have a plan that ranges from $6 to $9 per month. 


LifeAt Spaces is accessible for any browser but also has a desktop app available for free. 



━━ Written By  Julia Bautista


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