For our 58th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin Sime was joined by Red5 Pro CEO Chris Allen to discuss the evolution from peer-to-peer connections to SFUs to “XDNs” – multidirectional live content delivery networks designed for today’s real-time video experiences. Watch it here!
We built a live broadcasting app focused on interacting with audience members, supporting thousands of subscribers, and implementing a gamification system. The game juggles different frameworks, such as TokBox, Red5, AWS, and web socket (BlueSocker from IBM for iOS), written in Swift 4. Today we’re sharing some
Last month, we streamed video from a Raspberry Pi, applied a filter to it on the server, and streamed it live to dozens of users. In the second part of this project, we’ll go a little deeper and do something more complex with OpenCV: implement face detection
At WebRTC.ventures, we have worked on several projects implementing live streaming camera applications with a Raspberry Pi. For example, we implemented a motion detection camera that allows a user to watch their camera live and to watch pre-recorded videos that were generated when motion was detected. After