In the control panel on the top right, click on the camera or screenshare icon and give access to the video source from the browser
The video should now appear in the middle of the page
Open the project page in a new tab, simulating another user
The videostream should reappear immediately.
Explore the project page:
You can start a project audio call. The browser will ask for access to your mirophone when you start the call and other participants can join you on the call. If you test with yourself, there will be an echo!
You are also connected to the project chat.
Edit the project to invite other participants so you feel less lonely on the chat and call.
For testing purposes, you can simply add another email address that you control and sign in to the platform on another browser with this secondary address.
Try the shared whiteboard below the video stream by drawing on the whiteboard. The drawing should appear on all tabs in real time.
To use this whiteboard as a live commenting tool, you can add a background image to the whiteboard in the project Edit form (
Edit the project and select the option "enable share by link". You can now share the project page address to anybody be email. Anybody with the link will be able to join without logging in. This the simplest method to invite external people as it does not require account creation.
Edit the project and add participants at the bottom of the form.
These participants must have an account on RemoteSurvey.live.
If a participant do not yet have an account, his address will be registered and as soon as this participant creates an account, it will get access to the project.
Note that if the "enable share by link" option is not selected, only logged in participants can access the project page.
When one of the participant logs into his account, the project will appear on his homepage.
We have an API to push data streams to the webplatform, either through HTTP requests (suitable for low frequency data stream, ~1 measurement per minute or less) or websocket connection (for continuous realtime streaming of high frequency data).
The data received is then displayed in real time on the project page and optionally saved to a database for later display.
The API is functional but still in development so please get in touch for further details!