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    I set up a live cam at my house, so I can check in on the pugs while I'm at work, right now they're sleeping so it's not that exciting:

    http://wm.streamingmediahosting.com/hallmedia-live

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    Haha,
    it even has sound.
    I found something to do instead of cleaning house today.
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    Are they breathing? LMAO!

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    and still sleeping.....

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    They look very cozy and cuddly. This was a good idea.

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    At one point my cat walked in and stole some of their water, that's about the extent of the excitment for now.

    Yoshi (the black one) was barking at something a while ago...

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    Holy cow, even though they're still sleeping, that is the best thing I have ever seen. What kind of camera is that? Does it need to be hooked up to a computer in order to transmit? I want one!!


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    You'd be surprised to know it's a cheap camera, it's a Sony Digital-8 DCR TRV250. Only 200$.

    What gives the camera that look is a "fish eye" lens. without it you'd only see a tiny portion of the room.

    The camera is hooked to the computer using firewire and is being "pushed" onto a server.

    My company has an account (costs 99$/month) to stream video. Without a streaming server you'll only be able to get a couple frames per second.

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    That is so cool! I can hear them making little sleeping sounds.







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    oooh I want to take a nap... That would be so worth it for me to feel less guilty about leaving my baby home alone all day, since DB days no more pug...

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