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Seeing is Believing with Stuart Tyrrell Developments

Posted by Andrew Poole on 00:00, 1/4/2005 | , , , ,
 
IPKam ScreenshotStuart Tyrrell has today annouced the availability of new real-time video camera devices for all RISC OS machines. The cameras, called the IPKam, will connect to any RISC OS machine with an ethernet interface and allows the output to be displayed on the RISC OS desktop. Because of the nature of these devices, you can also connect to them and get the video output from anywhere on a local network or over the internet.

"IPKam is a single compact unit which integrates colour sensor and optics directly with a network controller to create a drop-in solution suitable for immediate use" STD say in the press release, embargoed until this morning. The IPKam is supplied with a power supply, network cable, ceiling mounting kit, tripod and viewing software.

For the interested, an A6 can get 25fps (frames per second), a StrongARM RiscPC using RISC OS Adjust and a UniPod can get 12fps. These results are of course dependent on network traffic etc.

You can get your hands on an IPKam from STD for 125 of your English Pounds.

Links:
IPKam Press Release
Stuart Tyrrell Developments: IPKam
Advantage6: IPKam
UniPod

 

  Seeing is Believing with Stuart Tyrrell Developments
  xyzzy (00:57 1/4/2005)
  moss (01:19 1/4/2005)
    xyzzy (02:19 1/4/2005)
      andypoole (07:57 1/4/2005)
        ad (09:57 1/4/2005)
 
Andy Wingate Message #93424, posted by xyzzy at 00:57, 1/4/2005
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Well done for waiting until after the embargo (and having a correct clock).
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John Hoare Message #93425, posted by moss at 01:19, 1/4/2005, in reply to message #93424

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I believe that Drobe's article went up after 12. I think the time on their article is when it was saved on their system in draft form - and not the time it was made live.

I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong :)

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Andy Wingate Message #93426, posted by xyzzy at 02:19, 1/4/2005, in reply to message #93425
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Now all we need is an IPKamRUG.
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Andrew Poole Message #93427, posted by andypoole at 07:57, 1/4/2005, in reply to message #93426

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Moss: AFAICR, they did actually post it ten minutes too early :p
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Andrew Duffell Message #93428, posted by ad at 09:57, 1/4/2005, in reply to message #93427
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No more STD/A6 PR for them then ;)
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