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TADSummit 2015: ThirdEye TADHack & rapid comms app development

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Chad Hart describes his winning TADHack leveraging web-based computer vision API's and WebRTC and how this process can help facilitate product development without requiring more professional developers.

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TADSummit 2015: ThirdEye TADHack & rapid comms app development

  1. 1. ThirdEye TADHack & rapid comms app development Chad Hart TADSummit – Libson 2015
  2. 2. About Me Chad Hart Product Consultant & Chief Editor, webrtcHacks https://webrtcHacks.com @webrtcHacks @chadwallacehart chad@chadwallacehart.com
  3. 3. What I Wanted to Explore WebRTC Computer Vision Industrial Apps
  4. 4. eyes when & where you need them ThirdEye
  5. 5. How it works Eye App Monitor App Alerts on Any device TURN network WSC OCSG WebRTC Control SMS Computer Vision SMS Calls Email
  6. 6. What the apps look like Alarm go off after a trigger Types of triggers “faces”:[{“age”: 4}..] Project Oxford API detects a 4-year old face “Remote Eye” – a remote camera is in my fidge. The Monitor receives this video and processes the stream
  7. 7. Lessons Learned…
  8. 8. I’m not a professional developer. I’ve never been one and I don’t want to be one. WebRTC & modern comms APIs mean “product” people can make & iterate on their own prototypes before handing-off to the professionals.
  9. 9. There’s not enough hack-a-thons! I only used a subset of one object type There dozens of others and more being added This doesn’t include the Project Oxford face detection or speech API Everyone one of these squares could be an app
  10. 10. There’s not enough hack-a-thons! There are lots of other exciting computer vision, natural language processing, an emotion analysis API’s These are all great candidates for RTC mash-ups
  11. 11. the web-way is the only way WebRTC let’s you mash up RTC with other web API’s. While other RTC API’s exist, none provide the ease of development and convenience of using a browser that WebRTC does. I would not have been able to pull off this hack without WebRTC.
  12. 12. For more • TADHack blog: http://blog.tadhack.com/2015/07/20/marketing-guy- won-tadhack-thirdeye/ • Demo video: https://youtu.be/RwFlVJco2ME
  13. 13. About Me Chad Hart Product Consultant & Chief Editor, webrtcHacks https://webrtcHacks.com @webrtcHacks @chadwallacehart chad@chadwallacehart.com

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