Google Offices, Stockholm
Feb. 18, 2012
WebRTC, to the layman, is probably best described as hackable Skype in a browser, with the ability to change or add to sound and video in realtime. The possibilities are endless, the bredth wide. WebRTC is set to become a web standard and this was the very first experiment with the technique.
Take a look at each invention using WebRTC here.
This Protothon we explored the possibilities of the new real-time communication protocol WebRTC. It's a new standard that is spearheaded by Google and Ericsson (who had the first working implementation on 2011) and at the time were 'coming soon' to both the Firefox and Opera browsers.
We carefully selected this emerging technology for it's creative openness and heavily visual outcomes.
The other brilliant thing is that the Chrome browser implementation of WebRTC is being built and developed in Stockholm, by a Google team led by a great man called Serge.
We would like to our collaborative partners
Ericsson and Google
for their help and support.