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RealTimeWeekly #71

MotionSensing

16 Mar RealTimeWeekly #71

Considering we just passed ultimate Pi day, it’s only natural we include some Raspberry Pi project ideas in today’s issue, plus a quick OpenTok WebRTC tutorial, and a really cool Doppler Effect application that allows you to detect motion with the WebAudio API.

As always, if you have tips, event announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at Arin@AgilityFeat.com.

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This week’s Real-Time news

OpenTok Video Chat Demo

TokBox

RealTimeWeekly
Mar 13 2015
We made a short video last week showing how to setup a simple OpenTok video chat.

10 insanely innovative, incredibly cool Raspberry Pi projects

RaspberryPi

Ian Paul, PCWorld
Mar 13 2015
From talking toys to Pi-enabled microwaves, this article links to some fun projects for your Raspberry Pi. My favorite is the high tech mirror.

Intro to Web Real-Time Communications (Video)

RespokeWebRTC

Respoke Blog
Mar 10 2015
A couple of videos presenting the basics of WebRTC. You might also want to check out this other post last week from Respoke on endpoints in real time communication.

Creating Realtime Updating Data Visualizations with NVD3

PubNubBuses

Sunny Gleason & Norvan Sahiner, PubNub blog
Mar 12 2015
Demo of NVD3 to take weather data from buses and visualize it in real time so that you can make decisions about traffic patterns.

Avoiding Contact Center IVR Hell with WebRTC

webrtcHacksCallCenter

Robert Welbourn, webrtcH4cKS
Mar 2 2015
A detailed post on architecture considerations for a WebRTC enabled call center.

Motion Sensing with the Doppler Effect

MotionSensing

Alex Young, DailyJS
Mar 9 2015
Alex brought a project by Daniel Rapp to my attention, showing how you can use the audio app to detect motion with your laptop’s audio system using an inaudible signal and a doppler effect. Whoa.

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