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A System for Distributed Internet Video Image Capture

Senior Project: 1996-1997
William Jack, Mark Masse, William Reece and David Setzke
Boulder, CO

Digital Camera Network (DCN) is a service-oriented developer and integrator of digital imaging technologies for interactive networks. Located in Boulder, Colorado, DCN works with web development houses and businesses and large corporations to develop enticing and entertaining image distribution solutions. DCN develops unique content ranging from "real-time" images to navigatable, photo-realistic spaces for its customers and clients. Additionally, DCN develops and integrates leading-edge technologies to provide unique channels of content for the ever expanding numbers of industries that are being supported on the Web.

This project involved the development a PC-based, Windows 95 application that provides the means to manually or automatically (on a user-defined schedule) refresh web page graphical content. The application interacts with a common household video camera attached to a video capture device and uses either a dial-up or a dedicated internet connection to capture, manipulate and then transfer images to specified web sites. The software was developed in C++ using an object-oriented approach.

 
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