Watch Me! Webcams and the Public Exposure of Private Lives
- Joshing Online. Quittner, Joshua // Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/5/2000, Issue 22, p100
Evaluates the Logitech WebCam. Price and features; Internet site on which to 'webcast' homemade videos and pictures; Experience with the camera that did not prove as exciting as the user originally thought it would be. INSETS: THE TRUTH IS ONLINE;NONE OF YOUR E-BIZ;SECONDTHOUGHTS.COM, by Lev...
- RE-VISITING THE WEB CAM AND THE PROMISES AND PERILS OF THE FULLY NETWORKED AGE. KITZMANN, ANDREAS // Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly;Spring2015, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p273
The author reflects on the 2003 essay he wrote regarding the practice of using web cams as self documentation and life writing. Topics discussed include the role played by memory with respect to life narratives and the experience of materiality and everyday objects, implications of the nature of...
- NAB Show 2011. Kirk, David // IBE: International Broadcast Engineer;May/Jun2011, p10
The article reports on the 2011 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show held in April. It highlights the key trends at the event including an increase in the number of prosumer-priced products from cameras right through to post-production and infrastructure, a fourfold increase in camera...
- AWS-G500 Anycast Station Live Content Producer. // DV: Digital Video;Jan2006, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p22
This article evaluates the AWS-G500 Anycast Station live video content producer from Sony and offers information on audio and video signals, remote control cameras, Webcasting, pros and cons.
- A Snappy, Go-Anywhere Webcam. Perenson, Melissa J. // PC World;Nov2000, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p104
Evaluates Intel's Pocket PC Camera. How the Pocket PC Camera is a so-called untethered Webcam which is versatile enough for videoconferencing and capturing still images away from the personal computer; Perceived limitations of the camera while untethered, including pixelated images; Cost.
- Intercast hits fast track. Tedesco, Richard // Broadcasting & Cable;7/29/96, Vol. 126 Issue 32, p56
Reports on the launching of Intercast online system, a joint venture of National Broadcasting Corp., Intel and other companies, at the opening of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Features of the system; Details on the delivery of Intercast content to the personal computer.
- CNN, NBC, Intel deal. // Quill;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p12
Looks at the changing of personal computers into television receivers by Intel, NBC and CNN, known as Intercast. Involvement of personal computer makers; Background information on Intercast.
- Rabbit ears meet the mouse. Fenton, Brian C.; DiMare, Paul // Popular Mechanics;Oct96, Vol. 173 Issue 10, p86
Features Intercast, Intel's technology that allows broadcasters to send World Wide Web pages piggybacked on standard television signal. Pages written in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML); Insertion of the HTML data into an ordinary television signal in the vertical blanking interval (VBI);...
- Intercast could reel in more $ for carriers. Dziatkiewicz, Mark // America's Network;12/15/95, Vol. 99 Issue 24, p23
Reports on the expansion of Intercast technology in the United States. Use of broadcast signal called vertical blanking interval (VBI); Provision of supplemental program information to the Internet via the VBI; Problems in technology.