So, here are ten remote webcam feeds from around the world that may make you switch off your TV for a while.
Earth Cam is a network of real-time remote webcam feeds from around the world.
Guess I was wrong as there are some exclamations in the comments as watchers report some ‘sightings’.
The webcam feed is part of the United States Antarctic Program. For both ghost-spotters and Ghostbusters, this could be a dress rehearsal for the real thing.Big Brother’s eyes are everywhere thanks to remote cameras and related intrusive technologies.You can spot them at street corners and hanging from metallic arms on almost every building these days.These are 7 live webcams set up in a 100 year old Victorian house attempting to capture evidence of a haunting.All this while I thought you couldn’t capture a real ghost on film.This still functioning and still famous studio is a permanent tourist fixture. The following remote webcam feeds help me become a virtual tourist for a few minutes. These webcam feeds are definitely not all…as today you have camera everywhere giving us a glimpses of life in every corner of the world.Browse our previous two posts on some cool locations covered by remote webcams –5 Boring Webcams To Watch If You Have No Life Saikat is a techno-adventurer in a writer's garb.You can select your refresh rate (lowest being 2 seconds) and watch a real-time feed of marine life.This camera is located at a depth of 15 meters on the drop off at the dive site called “Something Special”.Also, check out the time-lapse video to see the Olympic village is coming up.You can hear the wondrous roar of the falls even before the webcam feed buffers and runs.