Due to the pandemic, many in-person meetings have now gone digital, and sometimes, things go wrong. Texas Lawyer Rod Ponton accidentally activated the kitten filter and Judge Roy Ferguson of Texas’s 394th judicial district had to inform him of such. This issue came about after Ponton used his secretary’s computer for the call and was representing the state of Texas in the hearing, which focused on a person who had attempted to leave the US with contraband.
Want to use this kitten filter for your own ZOOM sessions? Simply download the free Snap Camera app for Windows or Mac, open it up, and you’ll discover a variety of “lenses” or filters to search through. Choose one, and it will appear at the top of the app as well as overlaid on your face. Type in “kitten”, scan the different options, and choose the one you like best. To connect it to Zoom, open the app, go to Settings -> Video -> Camera and from the drop-down menu, select Snap Camera. Join a Zoom meeting, and you’re ready to go.
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