At AstriCon at sat in a jam-packed session on WebRTC, which featured Digium's Joshua Colp and Voxeo Labs / Tropo's Tim Panton. The talk explained how WebRTC is going to change the communications landscape, but more than that they did an actual demo showing a browser-based VoIP call to a WebRTC-enabled Tropo application. The source code was ridiculously short and simple, which means a lot of the complexity has been modularized into the WebRTC spec. I captured the video using my iPhone 4S in 3 video segments. One of them was too long (17 minutes) to upload to YouTube, so I had to split it making 4 total videos of this fascinating session.
The 3rd video segment is the actual demo, but the others are worth watching as well. I do wish Tim Panton did a video call during his demo since video is sexier than voice - Allison Smith, the Voice of Asterisk, not withstanding!
Besides the cool demo of WebRTC in action, Tim mentioned that Chrome will "flip the switch" and enable WebRTC by default in Chrome in about a month.
So without further adieu here are the four videos in chronological order: They're HD videos, so full-screen the videos (might be able to make out some of the WebRTC code).
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