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Vue Personal Video Network: Webcams go wireless -
March 3, 2009
"Webcams have brought surveillance to the masses, but they have one big limitation: They need power. That severely limits where you can put them, but the cameras in Avaak's Vue Personal Video Network are different. The tiny cams (each is 3 inches high and weighs 0.1 ounces) are completely battery powered, not to mention wireless. Mount them anywhere in your house and they'll faithfully transmit images to the system's base station through the air. The base then puts the feeds on a password-protected website that you can log into from anywhere. The wireless tech is a special low-power 2.4GHz system called FrameMesh, which Avaak originally developed for the U.S. military. To save power, the cameras operate only when you're watching (so they're no good for continuous surveillance), and their replaceable batteries should last about a year. A single FrameMesh network can have up to 50 cameras. And no PC is required (except to watch)." -
neat looking web cam. the wireless idea is nice. could serve for monitoring/security purposes as well -
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