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Now Google Chrome support for high-resolution Mac Retina screens

What if web apps could see? What if they could hear? In today’s Chrome Stable release, when you give them permission, they can. 

Chrome version 21 now includes the getUserMedia API, which lets you grant web apps access to your camera and microphone without a plug-in. The getUserMedia API is the first step in WebRTC, a new real-time communications standard which aims to allow high-quality video and audio communication on the web.

The getUserMedia API also allows web apps to create awesome new experiences like Webcam Toy and Magic Xylophone. In Chrome Web Lab, if you're on the latest version of Chrome, the Sketchbots experiment uses getUserMedia to let you take a picture of your face, which is then converted to a line drawing and sent to a robot in the Science Museum in London. The robot then draws out your portrait in a patch of sand, which you can watch live on YouTube and visitors can watch in person at the museum. It’s just about as crazy as it sounds, and twice as cool.

In addition, today’s Stable channel release includes deeper Google Cloud Print integration,expanded support for gamepads, and support for high-resolution Mac Retina screens. To check it all out, just download Google Chrome. 
Now Google Chrome support for high-resolution Mac Retina screens Reviewed by Sartaj Husain on Thursday, August 02, 2012 Rating: 5

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