Links to Working Webcams driven by Motion
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Kenneth Lavrsen has 9 online webcameras in his garden. And you can rotate 3 of them.
Impressive view of oil rig and ships sailing by. More info on http://emit.demon.co.uk/webcam/what.php
Infra red garden camera with motion sensing revealing the night time habits of a wide variety of animals.
Camera looks westward, taking an image every 10 seconds. Every hour a movie is created.
8 Live video lines. Cameras all around my house, including one for my cat. 4 cameras have Pan and Tilt. LED sign Shoutbox. Line 7 (Front Door) cam uses Motion to monitor who goes in and out of the house.
Colour CCTV, attached to a cheap BT878 4 input Card (Grandtech or so) with motion on SuSE
9.2. Actually, we have three cams, two CCTV on two cards (for the framerates sake...) and a net based web cam. All with motion 3.2.3, doing snapshots, timelapse and surveillance. To manage this, I've just created some jsp's to maintain the files and a streaming servlet to proxy everything thru port 80 of the web server. And of course, the good old cambozola. When I have some time I'll dig in to that, more then 4 fps is killing my desktop.
4 live video cameras (but sometime cam3 or 4 has offline), use 1 card video with chip BT878 4 input (Fly Video EZ) with motion 3.2.9 on Ubuntu 7.10, server spac are Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 1500MHz cache size: 256 K, RAM SDRAM133 256 MB, HARDDISK 80 GB x 2, ADSL 2M/512 Kbps, Dynamic DNS (Custom DNS), this system is in the small internet-cafe name "CANDY-NET" in Bangkok THAILAND.
A webcam in a suburban residential road in SW London, UK. Using motion on an old PII box acting as general server (web, mail, etc). Dynamic DNS, so may be slow to respond on occasion.
A personal blog camera looking through the window. Planned to mount it inside a free network node at the roof of the building.
Running on 2 TrendNet
TV-IP100 cameras, these webcams are pointed over Downtown Montreal. Includes 15 second updates, live feeds and time lapses.
A netcam on bird feeder of my home, Cartagena (Spain), and other on the nest of canary. Include direct connection via JAVA application, access to the last video recording at FLV format and statistics of recording.
Using a network camera, a computer running Motion, a blender, a strobelight, and some X10 devices, to teach a cat not to eat the plants on the kitchen table. This one is a good laugh.
"Linux video-doorbell" triggered by motion detected near some gates. The moving objects are displayed in "JPG" and "FLV" format. Using a P.C. based on Pentium IV / 1.700 Mhz / 512 MB RAM / Slax Linux / Kernel 184.108.40.206.
More technical details are posted here : http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion/WorkingConfigs
Username: demo Password: demo - This is a commercial solution using motion's technology internally. Here's a shameless plug: visit http://xanview.com
View to a 1-maja street in Kalety
, Poland. Using a Compaq based on Pentium II / 350 Mhz / 128 MB RAM / CompactFlash
(read only) boot / 2.4.31 kernel / cheap bt878 PCI Framegrabber.
View of a kart racing track located at Kaitoki just north of Wellington, New Zealand. Best time to view is in the weekend when karts should be in view. Race day is 3rd Sunday of each month. Don't forget the timezone difference.
Connected via broadband wireless modem. Transfers images only during daylight hours to conserve bandwidth. Uses file size to determine if the images are nearly black. Stores at least 3 months of images.
View to a street in Dortmund, Germany. Using a RaspberryPi
and Microsoft HD-3000.
View of my Sailing Club in the UK. Cam is for monitoring river levels and boats in dinghy park, for members information. Powered by a Raspberry Pi, 12v battery, solar panel, and 3G dongle. Uploads to a Virtual Server at my workplace. Currently using two USB webcams, although a Edimax IP cam has been used but uses too much battery power for winter solar system.
A description of a setup that uses Motion to detect revolutions of my analog power meter.
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