Big Blue Button is an open source project that weds a number of existing projects to create a high-quality distance learning and collaboration platform. This week project lead Fred Dixon joins us to deliver an update on the state of the project, hot on the heels of their most recent developer conference.
On the occasion of VUC540, May 8th, 2015 Tim Panton, WebRTC guru, VUC regular and self-described protocol droid, will detail a recent pet project known as YoPet. YoPet is a WebRTC-based service built to allow pet owners a simple, secure way to video chat with their furry, scaly and/or feathered friends.
Yopet is comprised of a web service that connects the distant pet owner back to the home, where the pet has access to an Android device running the YoPet application. In the telling of this tale Tim will illuminate a variety of issues faced in developing the service.
This weeks related form of dangerous demo may involve one of my canine office-mates demonstrating YoPet live.
The FreeSWITCH team has been working nonstop on code and infrastructure improvements and are ready to share it.
The new BETA is being released this week with video codec transcoding and video MCU functionality in mod_conference.
The whole team will be broadcasting directly from FreeSWITCH to YouTube live and demonstrating some of the latest functionality.
CEO David Wilson joins us to talk about Jamkazam while musicians play with it. There have been many attempts at building a platform for musicians to play live together over the Internet, but this one actually works. There are a lot of interesting things about this, lots of features to check out so if you’re […]