The Web Audio API provides a powerful and versatile system for controlling audio on the Web, allowing developers to choose audio sources, add effects to audio, create audio visualizations, apply spatial effects (such as panning) and much more.
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) is a technology which enables Web applications and sites to capture and optionally stream audio and/or video media, as well as to exchange arbitrary data between browsers without requiring an intermediary.
The set of standards that comprises WebRTC makes it possible to share data and perform teleconferencing peer-to-peer, without requiring that the user install plug-ins or any other third-party software.
WebRTC consists of several interrelated APIs and protocols which work together to achieve this. The documentation you’ll find here will help you understand the fundamentals of WebRTC, how to set up and use both data and media connections, and more.
Node is the foundation of all that runs our JS, kind of our sturdiest foundation for the whole structure.
The OpenVR API provides a game with a way to interact with Virtual Reality displays without relying on a specific hardware vendor’s SDK. It can be updated independently of the game to add support for new hardware or software updates.
The API is implemented as a set of C++ interface classes full of pure virtual functions. When an application initializes the system it will return the interface that matches the header in the SDK used by that application.
Once a version of an interface is published, it will be supported in all future versions, so the application will not need to update to a new SDK to move forward to new hardware and other features.
- OVR from Oculus
- MLSDK from Magic Leap
- Leap Motion
To see a list of our current integrations, check out our Tech Stack