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Kaazing was invited to speak at the upcoming San Francisco HTML5 User Group meeting on January 23, 2014 at Google’s San Francisco office. The title of the event is All about WebGL. I (Peter Moskovits) am representing Kaazing, sharing a speaking slot with Victor Sand from Goo Technologies. If you cannot make it to the event in person, the event is televised live streamed on Google Developers Live.

Victor Sand – Goo Technologies

To get an idea what our talk is about, here’s an excerpt from our abstract:

Victor and Peter will demonstrate how WebGL experiences created with Goo Engine can be elevated to the next level by making them even more immersive and engaging. They will show how you can use any smartphone connected to the public Internet to remotely control WebGL applications and games. Last, Peter and team will demonstrate how this communication pattern can be applied to control Web connected physical objects from continents away.

As Vanessa Wang, co-organizer of the meetup, who not by the way runs documentation at Kaazing, stated in her meetup invitation:

One of the highlights of this event is a deep dive talk from a technical expert from Sony Entertainment Network/Playstation 4 on how the Playstation 4 UX was built with WebGL. This talk is part of a jam-packed technology event centered on WebGL, starting with a high-level introduction to WebGL, WebGL and Playstation UX, WebGL and Real-Time Communication, and finally a comprehensive talk on developing with WebGL, LEAP Motion, Three.js, WebRTC, and the Web Audio API.

If you’re at the event, remember to stop by the Kaazing table. If for nothing else, to drop your business card, as at the event we’ll be raffling off an iPad Mini Retina.


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