By leveraging the new WebSocket livestreaming Extension, it is now possible to stream any Kit-based application to web browsers.
Using the provided front-end source code and sample application, you can even build your own interactive experiences. This can be used to create a variety of services:
Offering remote workflows
Using Kit-based application on phones, tablets or other devices
Having one-to-many collaborative sessions, where attendees can request control of the presentation
Built something you’d like to share or showcase? We’d love to hear about it!
Enabling the Extension¶
From the menu bar, navigate to
Using the search field of the Extension Manager, search for the
Install and enable the Extension
Please note that it is not recommended to auto-load this Extension, as it will consume resources which may lead to sub-optimal experiences when not actively used.
Using the WebSocket livestream Extension is a straightforward process:
omni.services.streamclient.websocketExtension on Kit-based applications (Kit, Create, Isaac Sim, etc.)
Find the IP address of the machine hosting the Kit-based application on your local network
Navigate to the stream page in your favorite web browser:
http://<server IP address>:8011/streaming/client
http://<server IP address>:8111/streaming/client
For Isaac Sim:
http://<server IP address>:8211/streaming/client
Click the “play” button to start streaming your Kit-based application
From there, you can control your Kit-based application as if you were using it natively using mouse and keyboard inputs.
If you have multiple Kit-based applications running on the same machine, or if the server is unable to use port
8011 because it is already in use, an alternative port will be generated and displayed in the Console.
In such cases, use the provided port to access the stream page using the following pattern:
http://<server IP address>:<kit port>/streaming/client
For a best user experience, it is recommended that only a single User at a time be provided with mouse or keyboard control while others remain in spectator mode.
The WebSocket livestream Extension may not work when connecting to the server from iOS devices.
Support for gamepads, touch inputs, or AR/VR devices may be limited.
Copy/paste support is not yet available.