Due to the SARS-CoV-2-pandemic, a lot of companies and institutions are using (video-)conferencing tools for their meetings. One of a problems that I encountered here is that meetings with more than 2-3 people are not really suitable for socializing purposes. The main reason is that, while in real live on a coffee break or evening out with the team you can physically move between smaller subgroups and focus on the conversation there, in a (video-)conference you can't.
I imagine something like Minecraft with positional sound for voice conferencing would be a great step in that direction. Besides the positional sound, having an avatar and the possibility to move around also does a lot. But I could not find a tool with similar features. So my question is, is there a tool supporting such a feature?
I'm not sure if Software Recommendations (moved here from superuser) is the right channel to ask (feel free to move this question / point me to a better place) but the problem should be common at least among many tech firms around the globe, so maybe someone picks up that idea.