Play RetroPie games running on an headless RaspberryPi in the PC browser (plugin-free)!
3D FPV 720p@30fps audio/video telepresence with head tracking over the web
Raspberry Pi screen sharing from the browser (plugin-free)
Video / Audio RealTime Streaming from RaspberryPi
WebRTC Data Channels
RealTime Mirroring from PC to RaspberryPi
Realtime HD 30fps video streaming
Play RetroPie games running on an headless RaspberryPi in the PC browser (plugin-free)!This is a demo which shows that it's possible to play RetroPie games in any browser (audio + video + keyboard control) with native standard web technologies because the imperceptible latencies involved.
3D FPV 720p@30fps audio/video telepresence with head tracking over the webImmersive telepresence! List of features: *. optionally two-way, encrypted live data-audio-video in HD or greater resolution at full frame rate between two participants (or even more) * FPV in a 180° x 180° panorama * 3D Stereo image (optional) * real-time head tracking, working out-of-the-box with any smartphone (no special software required, e.g. plugin-free browser) inside a VR headset like Google cardboards or easily adaptable to dedicate hardware like Oculus or OSVR. * over Internet (cloud) or LAN * does not necessarily require any third-party server infrastructure… * …but can be optionally easily made as on-demand service when put in the cloud * easy NAT traversal * audio-video on-the-fly recording & play back on the browser * client or recording on server side for further post-processing * adaptive bitrate streaming to available bandwidth
Raspberry Pi screen sharing from the browser (plugin-free)Raspberry Pi screen sharing from the PC browser (plugin-free!). This is an example of what it's possible to do with the UV4L Streaming Server and the raspidisp driver which turns the HDMI output in a low-latency Video4Linux2 capture device.
Video / Audio RealTime Streaming from RaspberryPiUV4L Demo to show *hardware-encoded* HD Video & Audio RealTime Streaming from RaspberryPi to browser with WebRTC.
WebRTC Data ChannelsControl your robot from the browser with a smartphone! As you can see the device orientation information is sent from the browser to the robot and echoed back to the browser in real time. Of course you can add (two-way) audio/video along with the data (not shown in this short demo).
RealTime Mirroring from PC to RaspberryPiFull HD Screen & Audio real-time mirroring from browser to RaspberryPi
Realtime HD 30fps video streamingLow latency streaming to Firefox of hardware-encoded video