WebRTC Conference and Expo November 2013 - Crocodile Scrum Demo

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A presentation by Peter Dunkley (Technical Director, Crocodile RCS Ltd). Presentation date 20-Nov-2013.

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WebRTC Conference and Expo November 2013 - Crocodile Scrum Demo

  1. 1. Conferencing is a feature not a service 1
  2. 2. Conferencing is a feature not a service Peter Dunkley, Technical Director, Crocodile RCS Ltd Email: john.parr@crocodile-rcs.com Email: peter.dunkley@crocodilertc.net Twitter: @pdunkley
  3. 3. Conference services have been around for a long time • There’s nothing new here – WebRTC just lets you access them more conveniently – with WebRTC it is now easier to use conference capabilities in a truly ad-hoc way • The big change WebRTC brings to media sessions is context. The media session enhances your application instead of being the goal itself – let’s stop talking about “conferencing” and start talking about n-party sessions
  4. 4. The Crocodile SDK and Network • Support for ad hoc n-party sessions • It’s the same API, instead of connecting to one person you connect to an array of people • You can add people to existing sessions • Two party sessions are peer-to-peer but the network and SDK automatically transfers you into a media mixer when you add more people • The network manages the mixer, resources are allocated and freed automatically without the developer needing to do anything • Developers can control the layout of the mixer output
  5. 5. If you have a Crocodile Talk account • Conferencing is now supported for users of Google Chrome (Firefox support coming soon) • Select multiple contacts to start a n-party call • Drag contacts onto an existing call to add them • You can leave and re-join conferences
  6. 6. Crocodile Talk
  7. 7. Create new types of application • Crocodile Scrum (Google Chrome only for now) – Also works on Google Chrome Android – Mozilla Firefox support coming soon • Truly ad-hoc, anonymous, n-party sessions • Join us now by going to https://demos.crocodilertc.net/scrum/ • Join the “expo” scrum
  8. 8. Crocodile Scrum https://demos.crocodilertc.net/scrum/ expo
  9. 9. Crocodile Scrum
  10. 10. Crocodile WebRTC SDK and Network www.crocodilertc.net

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