Harrison and Roger work for real estate company which is an industry where face to face document signing is common.
What it does
Any user with a webcam capable device may create a room and authorize themselves utilizing our facial recognition API. Once validated, they may start a webRTC PTP connection with another authorized user who wants to enter the same room. Once both parties are authorized, the person doing the singing is allowed to do so while the other party has peace of mind who is reading the document and doing the signing. Photos of both parties are stored to record the session.
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
DocuSign Node SDK - issues getting authorized tokens. WebRTC platform compatibility
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Getting WebRTC to work on mobile (iOS) and deployed (requires HTTPS and SSL Cert) Facial recognition implementation based on LinkedIn pictures from judges. Getting DocuSign API to work with the application.
What we learned
Getting familiar with WebRTC DocuSign API concepts
What's next for RTC FTW
Implementing time limit for signing Proper user auth with Google Firebase Clean up dependency structure customize facial recognition