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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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Visual fixations on the legs remained constant, and no difference was found between the two legs (one with the connected camera and the other with the fictitious one).
The Galaxy Camera marks a new era of the Connected Camera," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
Linux support: Qualcomm Technologies connected camera roadmap now supports Linux in addition to Android, designed to help accelerate time-to-commercialization for manufacturers.
To further help manufacturers develop IoT devices quickly and cost-effectively, Qualcomm Technologies makes available more than 25 production-ready reference design platforms through a network of original design manufacturers (ODMs) for products including voice-enabled home assistants, connected cameras, drones, VR headsets, lighting, appliances and smart hubs/gateways.
The RMA[degrees]LVR2 also enables wireless control and monitoring of up to five connected cameras -- including other Action Cam devices or Sony's QX1 and QX30 LensA[degrees]style Cameras.
It allows users to view up to 99 connected cameras, record or take snapshots remotely.
" At the forum, Samsung unveiled significant innovations in television, home appliances, connected cameras, PCs and printers.
In 2006, Nokia sold over 140 million connected cameras, and its devices are rapidly becoming the world's primary source of images and videos.
If primary power to the building goes down, power is supplied to all connected cameras through Ethernet midspans, which inject power at high voltages in order to power attached IP devices and transmit data at the same time.
The algorithm acquires images from the connected cameras, calculates the results and sends the results back to the MATLAB/Simulink environment, using the JTAG interface.
The DVMRe Triplex allows users to simultaneously watch both live and playback images on the same monitor while continuing to record images from all connected cameras, capturing up to 60 digital images per second.