Nov. 30, 2012
|8:30AM||Registration & breakfast|
|9:10AM||Stuart Memo talk|
|9:30PM||Drinks & mingle|
Protothon and the Chrome team from Google called creative developers and developed creatives for a day of inspiration and innovation. Those chosen formed interdisciplinary teams that within one day prototyped applications and experiences pushing the Web Audio and WebRTC APIs to their limits.
There were inspirational talks, technical support from Google experts and feedback sessions. The event concluded with presentations of each prototype & an afterparty.
Check out all the prototypes here.
FIELD is a studio for digital art and generative design. They create expressive and dynamic artworks for digital platforms: audio-visual installations, experiences for web and mobile, and shareable digital artefacts. field.io
Stuart Memo blew the audience away at the recent JSConf EU with a presentation involving an electric guitar and Web Audio. We thought we had to have a piece of that.
Chris Rogers is a staff engineer at Google working on advanced web platform technologies.
Jan Linden is a Senior Product Manager in the Google Chrome team. His focus is on bringing exceptional HTML5 audio and video experiences to the web platform.
Per Kjellander is a software engineer at Google working with integrating WebRTC in Chrome. He has been focusing on prototyping and implementing the c++ layer of the PeerConnection API in libjingle.
Harald Alvestrand is a software engineer with a long history of working with Internet standards, incuding defining the first Internet language tag specification and chairing the IETF from 2001-2005. He is now Google's lead engineer on the effort to achieve consensus on open standards for the WebRTC effort.
Presentations and party: 7pm–11pm