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Intelligent Linux based scriptable network camera

Jun 11, 2010, 01:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Linux-based operating system combined with the standard 'flash memory file system' inside, enables advanced users to create embedded scripts. These are additional files that are written and added into the read-write area of flash memory in the camera.

"For example, you could create scripts for storing a predefined number of images in a network camera. These could then be uploaded to a computer over the network using FTP or mailed via SMTP.

"Used together with motion detection or infrared you could program a camera to start recording and send images to your cellphone when something happens. Great if you want to see if it's a animal or a burglar wandering around your house."

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