Listed below are some demos that are written by the rtc.io team to help demonstrate how the rtc.io modules work. In most cases the demos are visually very simple, but hopefully give you an idea of what you can do from a functionality point of view.
A simple demo making use of the
rtc-quickconnect module to demonstrate how you could create a simple video conferencing application with text chat via data channels.
An experimental demo showcasing how
rtc-mesh can be used to create synchronized P2P data using WebRTC data channels.
NOTE: Experimental, Chrome 32+ required.
A simple chat room demo that makes use of
rtc-signaller to communicate with peers via websockets. The
rtc-signaller module is used by many of the rtc.io modules for the handshaking process required to set up a new WebRTC peer connection.
rtc.io Module Sightings
In addition to the above demos, listed below are projects that we have come across from around the web that use rtc.io modules.
Post Processing using GLSL Shaders
This demo showcases why having WebRTC and WebGL available in your browser together opens up some really amazing opportunities.