What you're seeing:
A native application I created is running on OSX
User goes to a web page via ordinary Safari browser on their iphone.
User now is interacting with the application.
Multiple users can interact with the application together in real time, via browser on their mac/pc/iphone/android
Short version, multi-touch/multi-user interaction in real time with cinder via web browser. If you can see the page in your browser, then you can interact.
Im this video I'm showing a Node.js webserver I have created which serves up a webpage that can be viewed on any browser. As the user touches the page, client side Node.js communicates with the server via a websocket.
The Node.js server has an open socket connection which is set to an arbitrary port which the native application is listening on. Via Node.js's UPD socket's, it sends the OSC multi-touch messages in real time from N number of users.
Great news for people like me! I'm so psyched! I'm going to clean it up and create a GitHub repository tomorrow or the next day.