In a previous post, we showed you how to build a simple two party video chat using the Amazon Chime SDK, which we love as a scalable and flexible live video solution built on top of a globally distributed backend. Today, we will move forward on that code to build a multi-party video conference.
Watch all the talks from the WebRTC & Real Time Applications track of the 2022 RTC Conference right here! Talks on Janus, Kamailio, the Metaverse, Zoom, WebCodecs, WebTransport, end to end efficiency, WebRTC CPaaS Optimizations, the RTCDataChannel API, open source trends, and more!
At Voice22, there was a lot of agreement that the interface of the future is Voice. And, that Voice may be some form of Synthetic Voice and Conversational AI. In this second post of a two-part series, Arin talks about four ways that he sees Voice and Video interfaces working together with Conversational AIs in a multi-modal future.
For our 72nd episode of WebRTC Live, Arin was joined by David Zhao, CTO and Co-Founder of LiveKit. LiveKit is an open source, end-to-end stack for WebRTC. Launched just 15 months ago, its progress has been accelerated by excitement among WebRTC developers and the open source community.