WebRTC Weekly Issue #326 - May 6, 2020

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.


On Google Meet & the Race to Zero (NoJitter)
An interesting view on where video calling is headed.

Google Meet premium video meetings—free for everyone (Google – The Keyword)
I wonder what will Google Meet announce next week.


WebRTC Development (sponsored):
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Building a Raspberry Pi telepresence robot using serverless (idk.dev)
Using AWS Kinesis Video Streams with WebRTC. First post I’ve seen about this.

How to add an overlay to your web video chat (Twilio)
Bookmark for later use.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Spanish and French governments turn to open source video-conferencing platform (Joinup)
Jitsi is shining in this pandemic.

Daily.co raises $4.6M video chat API service (TechCrunch)
Pivoted from video calling service to APIs. Kudos to the team on raising the funds.

Squad hits desktop as the social screen-sharing app aims to become Gen-Z Zoom (TechCrunch)
Apparently social screen-sharing is now a thing.


What’s cooking in Janus? (meetecho)
Upgrade now if you’re using Janus. Lots of important additions here.

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