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Webcam

A camera with an assigned Internet protocol (IP) address, reachable by persons on the Internet and in possession of the IP address or a Web link.Webcams with remotely controlled pan and zoom features are becoming an important tool for the marketing of commercial properties, especially when potential buyers or tenants may come from anywhere in the nation or the world.

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The world has gotten smaller, and what these Web cams do is offer you a window on the world to see things you might not ever get a chance to see,'' Cury said.
In addition to the Web cams, visitors are once again encouraged to post fall road trip photos to FallinPA.
in Northridge, demonstrates his firm's software application called Visec, which allows users to remotely monitor activities inside a home or business for security purposes, using only a personal computer and inexpensive Web cam.
With ShareCamera, any USB Web Cam (including Logitech and Creative Labs) connected to user workstations can be accessed by hosted software running on remote servers.
Of course, back then, you didn't have cell phones, laptop computers or Web cams.
com network neighborhood, and to respond to the consumer interest, we have increased the number of Web cams from four last year to seven this year," said Mickey Rowley, deputy secretary of Tourism in the Department of Community and Economic Development.
Such Web cams - also called Net cams or live cams - are popping up everywhere.
Those days are over now that more and more families have access to broadband Internet service and web cams, making video conferencing mainstream at the office and at home.
New Web Cams to Debut in Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, and Mazatlan.
A "universal adapter" that reads dozens of formats and captures from hundreds of devices, including camcorders, web cams and mobile phones, the VideoEgg Publisher allows content creators to painlessly publish video in a format that anyone can watch without worrying about player compatibilities, encoding settings, or extra software.
Sometimes described as a browser-based "universal video adapter," the VideoEgg Publisher reads dozens of video file formats and captures video directly from camcorders, Web cams, and mobile phones.
Communications: web cams, video conferencing, and integrated PC/laptop cameras