Click on the buttons to the right to change the filter.
Drag the slider to modify a parameter in the effect.
This is a realtime GPU-accelerated video filter rendered in the browser using WebGL. The filter is applied to a WebRTC live video capture stream.
NOTE: this page requires a WebRTC enabled browser like Google Chrome Canary. If the video isn't working for you, try the version of this demo that uses a video file instead of a live stream as its source: WebGL filters on a video
The effects were not written as code, but designed visually in Radi using the node-based Conduit system. Read more:
How the Radi WebGL filter demo was built