Download the LoomieLive app from: www.loomai.com/loomielive
Follow the install instructions
MAC: From Apple’s Menu Bar (top right corner), select the LoomieLive icon. WINDOWS: from the Windows desktop, double-click the installed shortcut.
Login using the same method that you use with our mobile “Loomie” app. Eg, if you used "Continue with Google" and provided an email address in the Loomie app, be sure to use "Continue with Google" in LoomieLive for the same account.
In LoomieLive, select ">" next the microphone icon to select the microphone that you’d like to speak into. Ideally this is your headset microphone. (Note: there is no camera to select because LoomieLive is driven entirely by your voice)
Once the LoomieLive Camera has been installed, it should show up in lists of cameras in applications that let you choose a camera.You can go straight to videoconferencing if you wish. If you would first like to verify that your camera has been installed, you can test this using the Chrome browser outside of a videoconferencing application: visit this location: chrome://settings/content/camera
Near the top will be a dropdown list of cameras, and LoomieLive Camera will appear in this list if it has been properly installed.
You can also verify that LoomieLive Camera is broadcasting by visiting https://webcamtests.com/or other webcam testing site if you prefer (in Chrome). If LoomieLive is installed properly, you will see a LoomieLive Camera choice in the testing area:
After launching LoomieLive press the "Test my cam" button and the dark area should change to display your LoomieLive preview. If LoomieLive Camera is working here, it should work in Hangouts (in this browser), Google Meet, Zoom (app or the browser), Skype (browser only), and other videochat applications.