Fundo is a new service incubated by Google’s area 120, which aims to help creators easily organize a virtual meeting based on ticket system. Last summer, Fundo had been running limited testing for a while, attracting hundreds of “trusted testers.”. From now on, this service has been officially opened to all. < / P > < p > Fundo was originally similar to a virtual photo booth, allowing fans to wait in line, then have a short conversation with celebrities or creators and take photos. The whole process is not much different from offline meetings. < / P > < p > in order to simplify the virtual meeting experience of creators, Fundo helps to complete the behind the scenes streaming media, reward payment, and hosting work. Of course, Google will charge 20% of the “service fee” in the process. < / P > < p > with the continued popularity of covid-19 around the world, many creators have been forced to spend more time on online activities, even opening up extended content such as fitness, cooking tutorials and workshops. < / P > < p > compared with other large cloud video services, Fundo seems to focus on small group experience (only 30 users are allowed to display on the same screen), rather than digital seminars or online virtual concerts with hundreds or thousands of people. The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park