Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019


High end augmented reality using Javascript

Using markers with a webcam is cool but what about a HoloLens or MagicLeap straight from the browser?

Your browser can execute code, your code can compute math, your large matrices can now be computed directly on your GPU. By computing large matrices on your GPU directly in your browser you can run machine learning on the web. This talk will briefly explain how it came to be, what are the limits still and finally how thanks to new frameworks like TensorFlow.js, ml5js, sklearn-porter, etc you can leverage ML in the browser for fun and profit.


Photo of Fabien Benetou (Utopiah) Fabien Benetou (Utopiah)