Web Audio

A session at Wakanday 2011

  • Alistair MacDonald

Saturday 15th October, 2011

3:50pm to 4:20pm (EST)

The W3C Audio Working Group has been working with Mozilla, Google, and the global web developer community to enhance the audio feature of web browsers. Mozilla and Google have developed experimental JavaScript APIs that provide many much-needed features for sound and music in 3D games and digital synthesis in co-creation music platforms.
This talk will cover:
* how the work on Web Audio began
* jaw-dropping JavaScript demos using these experimental audio APIs
* device connectivity and VOIP
* the future of Web Audio as well as the standardization work at the W3C

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Alistair MacDonald

Boston based HTML5 web developer. CTO of SignedOn Inc. W3C Audio Working Group Chair.

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Time 3:50pm4:20pm EST

Date Sat 15th October 2011

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