Keynote #1 Audio and the Web 37:22
- WAC - 1st Web Audio Conference
- Jan. 26, 2015
- Program note: WAC
- Chris Wilson (conférencier)
The web has supported multiple media since its inception - however, only recently has it become a viable platform for building audio applications. The talk will examine the journey of audio in the web platform, the intersection of interesting technologies that make this a pivotal point for audio and the web, and will highlight the opportunities unlocked by web audio and where we go from here.
Chris Wilson is a Developer Advocate on the Google Chrome team. He started working on web browsers in 1993 when he co-authored the original Windows version of NCSA Mosaic before working on Internet Explorer for fifteen years at Microsoft. He has separate and combined passions for digital audio, music and the web, and co-edits the Web Audio and Web MIDI specifications at the W3C. He also specializes in playing many different instruments badly.