Visit a Galaxy Far, Far Away With These ‘Star Wars’ Video Conferencing Backgrounds

Star Wars Video Call Background

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Since the coronavirus lockdowns have taken place across the globe, people have had to work from home, and video conferencing has taken over. Now, you and your coworkers can visit a galaxy far, far away with over thirty Star Wars video conferencing backgrounds that Lucasfilm released on its website on April 16. Whether you’re using Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Skype, the legendary production company that brought you the Star Wars films is here to help take your meetings out of this world.

The selection of backdrops include everything from the icy landscapes of Hoth to the inside of the Millennium Falcon to the command bridge of the Imperial Star Destroyer. To get these incredibly detailed backgrounds for free, you can visit the Star Wars website. Click on whichever image you want to use as your background to open it to its full resolution. From there, you can save the image to your computer or mobile device, and select it through whichever video conferencing program your company prefers.

From the deserts of Tatooine to the ruins of the Death Star, Lucasfilm has a Star Wars background for everyone.

Star Wars Video Call Background

Imperial Star Destroyer Bridge

Star Wars Video Call Background

Hoth

Star Wars Video Call Background

Millennium Falcon Bridge

Star Wars Video Call Background

Tatooine

Star Wars Video Call Background

Lightspeed

Check out these free video conference backgrounds and many more at the Star Wars website.

 

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Megan Cooper

Megan Cooper is a Contributing Writer for My Modern Met and a mid-century historian living in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has received a BSA in Public History from Appalachian State University in 2017 and is currently working towards finishing a Masters in Film and Media Studies through Arizona State University. She is extremely passionate about gender and women's studies and the democratization of cultural knowledge.

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