Category Archives for "Technology"

Can AI and Computer Vision solve the video conferencing eye contact problem?

Parallax, or eye contact in video conferencing is a problem that should be solved, and AI is probably how we end up solving it.

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WebRTC Programming Languages and Where they fit

Building an interactive application? There’s more than one WebRTC programming language that can fit your needs.

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AV1 Specification Released: Can we kiss goodbye to HEVC and royalty bearing video codecs?

The newly released AV1 codec marks an important milestone in our road to royalty free video codecs. Here’s a detailed analysis of what it means.

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How WebRTC Statistics and Performance Monitoring Changed VoIP Monitoring

WebRTC changed the way we think and design monitoring infrastructure around VoIP deployments. We’re now collecting statistics directly from edge devices. Here’s why

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You Better Ignore the Default Protocol Ports You Implement

Default listening ports for your protocol are mostly useless. If you want to deploy in production TURN, SIP, MQTT or anything else thing of 443.

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Do I Need a Media Server for a One-to-Many WebRTC Broadcast?

If you plan on implementing a one-to-many WebRTC broadcast scenario, then be prepared to install and maintain media servers to make this happen.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Developing WebRTC Applications

There are certain mistakes that I see people repeat when developing their WebRTC Applications. I want to go over them, so you don’t repeat them.

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AWS DeepLens and the Future of AI Cameras and Vision

AWS DeepLens is a new product for developers that is going to change the way we think and architect machine vision related applications.

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How Many Users Can Fit in a WebRTC Call?

WebRTC can be used for calls in any group size. The larger the group the more energy you’ll need to put to your architecture and media server technology.

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