Demo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gsWWY56H6o
Chrome extension so you can try it out (try not to crash the server!): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/aegkjjkggchllfihdiigigpodjpjjdfk/
Pixel-perfect, low bandwidth tab sharing for Chrome.
Screen sharing quality can suck, especially for people on weaker connections. This is because most screen sharing implementations are encoding the screen as video frames, compressing them, sending them over the wire, and then decompressing them. This takes up a lot of additional latency and bandwidth (which must be traded off with quality/frame rate), and lossy compression frequently makes things unreadable (this is particularly an issue with Tandem recently).
What if instead of streaming video frames from the screen, we only streamed partial DOM updates from websites? That way, we can reproduce pixel-perfect versions of your active Chrome tab with extremely low bandwidth consumption and scrolling that doesn't give you a headache.
Welcome to Manted.
Rahul G Sengottuvelu