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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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Lifecasting will be launched on the new Nokia N97 mini, a small mobile computer featuring a tilting 3.2 inch touch display, QWERTY keyboard and fully customisable homescreen.
Lifecasting with Ovi will be available for both the Nokia N97 and Nokia N97 mini through Nokia Beta Labs.
Lifecasting by Douglas Lee, a principal dancer with the Stuttgart Ballet and two-time participant in NYCB's New York
The teen streamed footage from his bedroom using the "lifecasting" website Justin.tv, which has been designed to let netizens share the minutiae of their everyday lives.
This might sound complicated, but all these elements are present in a simple webcam chat using popular chat, social media, lifecasting, or streaming video websites.
Fast-forward to 2008 and "lifecasting," as it has come to be called, is very real.