Just webcam share
With how many times this thing has freaked out and frozen in place with the heat still on, that's got me pretty worried--especially when I'm at work.
You can use a webcam to take a quick snap – perhaps to update your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ avatar. You might see another button asking for permission in your browser’s top or bottom bar. Your laptop or PC might come with software that can do this (search the Start menu for camera, webcam or the manufacturer name to see if there’s a utility) but you can also use a handy website: We’re using Google Chrome here, but in your browser, go to click the pink ‘Ready? button to grant permission for the site to access your camera. By default there’s a countdown timer after you click the shutter button. Using the arrows in the middle, you can scroll through the available effects, including the obligatory set of Instagram-style filters plus distortion and mirror effects. Click the camera button to take the photo and, if you like the shot, click the Save button to immediately download it to your computer.Turning one of my old Android phones into a webcam is something I've been thinking about doing for a long time now.A couple of years ago, I backed a 3D printer project on Kickstarter (Rigid Bot, if you're interested).It took a long time to finally get the thing, and it's frequently glitchy and buggy.
I'd like to be able to keep an eye on it when I'm out of the room or at work.
Besides just wanting to monitor progress as it prints, I've read a couple of horror stories about 3D printers glitching out and causing house fires.
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Most smartphones, tablets and laptops come with a built-in webcam, but they’re not just for Skype. No photos are saved or stored online unless you choose to share them. Alternatively click the Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr buttons to share the photo.