Building AR Apps with WebRTC

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While real-time browser-based communications has become a solid use case for the likes of WebRTC, developers are using JavaScript APIs like WebGL to enable augmented reality.

“For example, WebGL allows for hardware accelerated graphics and, with the help of the typed array specification, enables the JavaScript engine to execute number crunching with almost native performance,” said Alberto Mancini, a C Developer, in a post. “Similarly, with WebRTC, the browser is able to access video (and other data) streams directly from the computer hardware.”  Read more

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