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Submission + - ORBX.js - 1080p DRM free video and cloud gaming enirely in JavaScript (brendaneich.com)

An anonymous reader writes: According to Brendan Eich, CTO of Mozilla and the creator of JavaScript, ORBX.js can decode 1080p HD video and support low latency remote graphics entirely in JavaScript, offering a pure JavaScript alternative to VP8/H.264 native code extensions for HTML5 video. Watermarking is used during encoding process for protected IP, rather than relying on local DRM in the browser.

Mozilla is also working with OTOY, Autodesk and USC ICT to support emerging technologies through ORBX.js — including light field displays and VR headsets like the Oculus Rift.

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ORBX.js - 1080p DRM free video and cloud gaming enirely in JavaScript

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