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Using WebRTC on the GENI network


GENI (the Global Environment for Network Innovations) is a network innovation laboratory: the perfect place to build apps from the future. When you're developing on GENI, you can melt away your assumptions about the internet as it exists today.


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The WebRTC multi-contributor experiment


Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this experiment the learner will be able to;

  1. Identify the WebRTC, JavaScript libraries and HTML5 to render good multi-channel communication
  2. share rich media objects via HTML to assist other participants; including your own camera (kinect)...
  3. Use the GENI network to host and increasing number of participants


Before beginning this experiment, you should be prepared with the following.

  • You have GENI credentials to obtain GENI resources. (If not, see SignMeUp).
  • You are able to use Flack to request GENI resources. (If not, see the Flack tutorial).
  • You are comfortable using ssh and executing basic commands using a UNIX shell.
  • You are comfortable with coding in JavaScript and HTML5
  • You are familiar with WebRTC and point data related libraries


What setup is required... develop this from setting up the experiment myself.


provide step by step guide here...

The experiment

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