Pointing icons allow participants to communicate with each other using directives such as “here” and “there.” You can see who is pointing by looking at their avatar on the icon.
Viewing live broadcasting footage and geolocation information simultaneously enables spatial understanding from both subjective and objective perspectives.
When the live broadcaster pinches the screen out, the live image is also zoomed in. Whenever they want to draw attention to a distant location, they can point and talk while zooming in.
The LIKE function can be used to express casual interest that does not require pointing.