As posted at New library: streamlit-server-state, a new way to share states across sessions on the server, different sessions can communicate with each other by using
With combination of this feature and the media stream capability of
streamlit-webrtc, a video chat system can be built on top of Streamlit.
streamlit-webrtc, arbitrary kinds of video/audio processing can be injected into the streams flowing in the chat room. Actually, face detection and image overlay with OpenCV are running in the example above (The Ironman and the laughing man in the picture are not added in postprocess, but actually overlaid at runtime!).
The repository is here: GitHub - whitphx/streamlit-video-chat-example
- This video chat app should not be deployed on a public location because it does not have authentication mechanisms and is vulnerable to malicious attacks like zoom-bombing.
- This video chat app is just a PoC project. It is not at production-level like Zoom or Meet at all in many aspects. If you want to build a production-level video chat system, you should choose other technologies.