Recent Examples of webcam from the Web
Discord believes that this mix of window and webcam sharing will let a group of players do one of two things before an online game session: have a fun, pre-game social moment, or plot out serious upcoming-game strategies.
Thanks to social media and webcams and streaming services, those who don’t plan to travel will still be able to watch.
That fire has burned more than 70,000 aces since Sunday, and the impact on air quality in the immediate region can readily be seen on in the hazy conditions captured on Yosemite webcams.
Kenai City Manager Paul Ostrander said those webcams can be a good way to check how busy the fishery is and whether people are catching anything.
Ten minutes before first pitch Duarte attaches a webcam to his laptop.
What if doctors could diagnose Parkinson’s disease by studying movements in a person’s face that could be recorded from home on a webcam?
Amazon’s Echo Look, which is equipped with a webcam, could theoretically track your weight or size to offer better-fitting clothes, or to know when a baby is on the way.
Wall Street Journal's Geoffrey Fowler joins me (8 p.m. ET) to talk our favorite gadgets, online privacy, and take your questions via Facebook Live comments, or on video, via webcam or the iPhone.
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First Known Use of webcam
WEBCAM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of webcam for English Language Learners
: a small video camera that is used to show live images on a Web site
WEBCAM Defined for Kids
Definition of webcam for Students
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