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WebRTC isn’t the only cool media API on the Web Platform. The Web Virtual Reality (WebVR) spec was introduced a few years ago to bring support for virtual reality devices in a web browser. It has since been migrated to the newer WebXR Device API Specification.

I was at ClueCon earlier this summer where Dan Jenkins gave a talk showing that it is relatively easy to add a WebRTC video conference streams into a virtual reality environment using WebVR using FreeSWITCH. FreeSWITCH is one of the more popular open source telephony platforms and has had WebRTC for a few years. WebRTC; WebVR; Open Source – obviously this was good webrtcHacks material. ...

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Last week I attended the Illinois Institute of Technology Real-Time Communications (IIT-RTC) Conference in Chicago.  This event has a history of attracting key players from around the RTC world. It features discussion that is distilled down to the key trends and technology challenges in the industry, with very little “fluff” on top.  This year the IIT-RTC conference was co-located with IPTComm as well, adding to the quality of the content.

Topics at the conference touched on many segments of RTC, including IMS, RCS, E-911, OTT, and more.  Our own Victor Pascual sits on the steering committee for the Web and Emerging Technologies track, where WebRTC was given particular focus.   It began with a fantastic WebRTC tutorial from Alan Johnston (co-author of the SIP specification and a dozen other IETF RFCs) and Dan Burnett (co-editor of the W3C WebRTC specification).  They are also both co-authors of “WebRTC:  APIs and RTCWeb Protocols of the HTML5 Real-Time Web”, and provided a fantastic expert introduction to WebRTC APIs and methodologies.  This set the tone for lots of excellent presentation, expert perspective, demonstrations, and discussion on WebRTC over the next few days.  Here are some discussions I found particularly interesting: ...

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