Photos: 30 best Zoom backgrounds for Star Wars Day


Virtual backgrounds are a great way to add a little variety to your standard video conference call. We’ve already created other galleries ranging from the best Zoom backgrounds for nature lovers to classic sci-fi images for a little intergalactic flavor. That said, Stars Wars Day is right around the corner, so we’ve dedicated this gallery to the storied film franchise. From the dunes of Tatooine to the ruins of the Death Star, here are 30 of our favorite Star Wars Zoom backgrounds for your next video chat.

SEE: How to turn on virtual backgrounds in Zoom (TechRepublic)

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Photos: The 20 best Zoom backgrounds for sci-fi fans, especially Trekkies


Virtual backgrounds are the latest craze in video conferencing. This customizable feature allows you to upload an image and immediately project this as your default backdrop during video chats. That said, why settle for a lackluster virtual background when you can teleport your home office to the main bridge of the USS Enterprise? Exactly. In this gallery, we’ve compiled some of the best Zoom backgrounds from this side of the multiverse and beyond. From insatiable black holes to galaxy-class starships mid-warp drive, we have you covered. Take your Zoom background to the next level with a little interstellar spice added to the mix.

SEE: Photos: The 27 best Zoom backgrounds for explorers and nature lovers (TechRepublic)


Photos: The 27 best Zoom backgrounds for explorers and nature lovers


Zoom virtual backgrounds are all the rage right now and for good reason. With the press of a button, you can be virtually transported to a tropical island or a remote wilderness retreat. Little will the rest of your team know that you are in actuality tuning in from your kitchen table. From the mesmerizing dunes of White Sands National Park to the craggy beaches along the California coast, here are 27 of the best Zoom backgrounds for outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers.

SEE: How to turn on virtual backgrounds in Zoom (TechRepublic)

Image: Visit California / Kevin Lukens (Mering)