Emebedding third-party apps and websites can often be a nightmare due to incompatible platforms, security issues, and poor UX. Adding multiplayer functionality to these embeds makes this problem exponentially more difficult. Enter Hyperbeam—an API that lets you embed virtual computers anywhere, including web, mobile, VR, and even VSCode. You can then open any third-party website or application, synchronize audio and video flawlessly among multiple participants, and add multi-user control with just a few lines of code. Uses cases and customer segments include remote learning, virtual offices, online casinos, productivity, watch parties and more. We are three technical founders from the University of Waterloo, and worked as engineers at Facebook, Yahoo, and Lyft. Our technology is battle-tested–we currently stream over 1.25M hours of video per month across every continent. https://hyperbeam.com?ch=yc
Philip is the co-founder and CEO of Hyperbeam, an API for embedding multiplayer web browsers. He studied software engineering at the University of Waterloo, where he met his co-founders Ambareesh Balaji and Declan Goncalves. For their capstone project, they created a watch party site called Tutturu.tv to watch anime with their friends. Tutturu.tv garnered 150K monthly active users and evolved into Hyperbeam. He has interned at numerous startups and big tech companies, including Lumina and Yahoo.
Ambareesh is the co-founder & CTO of Hyperbeam, an API for embedding multiplayer web browsers. He met his co-founders Philip and Declan at the University of Waterloo, where Hyperbeam started off as their engineering capstone project Tutturu.tv, a watch party site with 150K monthly active users. He has interned as a Software Engineer at startups and big tech companies alike, such as Globality and Facebook.