Version: 1.2 Platforms: Java Categories: Internet & Communications Upload Date: 25 Jun 11 Developer: drhu.org
Distribution Type: Freeware
File Size: 30 Kb
Rating: 2.3/5 (Total Votes: 28)
J2MEWebCam - Monitor your WebCam (streaming web cam) from your mobile phone.
1) Easy to use and setup.
2) Split image data into 3x3, only transfer necessary image parts (data change great than value defined by you). You control the time interval to transfer the image. So you can reduce the money to spend for the data transfer. For AT&T, the cost is 1c per kb unless you buy data package.
3) Some stupid bug fixed both Motorola and Nokia. I just tested it on my new Nokia 6085, it works great!
4) You can always online check if my WebCam is running or not here http://www.drhu.org:81/. Therefore you can always monitor online if you can access the internet.
5) Want to set up your own WebCam server so that you can, for example, monitor how your pets or kids behave when you are not in home? Visit http://www.drhu.org/ or email me at email@example.com. We can help you setup your WebCam server so you can start monitor your own webcam video either on PC or on your mobile phone.
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Requirements:Java MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.0
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