From: Aaron Bartell
+ PhoneGap and it isn't working as documented ...
I'm interested in video input too as it might relate to virtual meetings. I'd like to think that audio and video input might be available to browsers. The closest thing I've seen is the audio input capability in Google's search prompt when using a WebKit based browser. Even that took several hours of troubleshooting for me because Windows was not recognizing my headset microphone.
The most interesting technology I've seen for audio/video capture and broadcasting is in connection with Flash 10, which offers the capability of Flash clients to be connected in a ring topology, where broadcasts would be propagated through peer to peer sharing rather than pulling from a single central server, thus scaling broadcasts to potentially millions of connected clients.
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