Nowadays you can just guess Zoom meeting ids.
"Peg's Office Cam"
It also looks like Yonkers left a comment on this feed.
Some small sleeping creature. Maybe a guinea pig?
from the snout it looks like a small dog to me. Interesting finds!
You can also look for webcams yourself by googling intitle:"webcamXP 5" and clicking through results.http://hvmmarinacam.viewnetcam.com:60030/ViewerFrame?Mode=Motion&Language=0
This one isn't very interesting on its own, but you can control the camera which is pretty cool
It's weirdly fun to have that tiny bit of control.
I think you're right about it being a small dog. It looks like it has newborn puppies!
Shit that's cool
I used to have a stream of some penguins in a zoo, I'll dig through my bookmarks for it later. I've been fucking around with cams for years now.
Alright you lads have me interested in this nowhttp://insecam.org/en/view/485456/
I have no idea what this is and I feel like, if I watch this for long enough, someone's gonna get mugged on camera
looks like maybe it's a construction site or something? fucking weird
I've watched it for about 20 minutes and nothing happened. I guess I should wait until its morning in belgium
theres some thing just floating on this one and i cant figure out if its a balloon or whathttp://insecam.org/en/view/844142/
what the hell is that? weirdhttp://188.8.131.52:8080
this is some black guy who streams his day to day life openly from what I can tell, he's not at his desk but it's still interesting
apparently there are a lot of people like that, they do this shit willingly.
I enjoy the lil knickknacks he has as well as what seems to be a tupperware container at the bottom. it's strangely comfy to see an absent desk and just look around. im certain some folks would find what's on my desk to be kinda intriguing too.>>1601
hm, i'm not seeing anything. i'll check back later. speaking of birds, evidently >>1595
is a public stream of a bird nest.
has anyone ever gone to one of the public webcams in real life and left a message? looks like a fun challenge
omg I saw a duck swimming across the river>>1602>>1600
I like his fidget spinner collection. Maybe we should contact him on youtube and get him to put a cool screensaver on.>>1601
feed was out for me
They may have gone somewhere else off camera, or maybe you checked at a weird time. Japan has a weird timezone, I spotted them at around 12 EST.>>1603
I've always wanted to go to one of the places I watch regularly. I tend to watch a laundromat a lot because idk, it's comfy just knowing no matter what's going on in your life, some Japanese lady has no idea and is washing her clothes without a care in the world. It's a weird thing, but I'd kill to go to the place just because I've got a weird nostalgia for it now.
This thread has gotten really comfy, I'm gonna keep checking for interesting feeds.
>>1605>It's a weird thing, but I'd kill to go to the place just because I've got a weird nostalgia for it now.
There's a laundromat in my hometown that I used to always go to as a kid. There was a time crisis machine there I'd play all the time while my grandma did the laundry. Laundromats carry a weird sense of nostalgia for me as well.
>>1604>Maybe we should contact him on youtube and get him to put a cool screensaver on.
We probably could, though I'm not sure how he'd feel about that. Then again, if he's willingly inviting people to look at his desk, you never know.https://www.insecam.org/en/view/241692/
This is in the suburb I currently live in. I honestly can't say I have any idea where the hell this is, but it looks vaguely familiar. Maybe I've driven past the area a few times and just never noticed. I'll have to see where it is, maybe I can sneak in at night and leave a message
That's kinda cool. Sadly the only cameras in my city have been blurry home doorbell cameras, nothing too interesting and obviously not somewhere I'd want to go.
I feel bad when I find like people's homes and shit, I don't watch that stuff. But no remorse for businesses/public shit, someone got paid to configure it and didn't do their job so it's really my problem
I'm currently trying to find out if it's a public place or private property, cause if it's private property I should really just leave it alone. There's a security camera in a business I know of downtown but it'd just be in poor taste to disturb the owner's daily routine.
Yeah ofc, that's just common decency.
I gotta admit it's sort of comforting to see the world basically going as normal in some places kek
Nice. Considering how flat Illinois is, it doesn't seem like a giant wind turbine has many places to hide.
I found a construction site within driving distance of me and was able to pinpoint it with the buildings in the background. I doubt they would like trespassers, but everything there is temporary so leaving a message can't hurt https://www.insecam.org/en/view/752414/>>1609
If it's this easy for the public to peer into private homes, just imagine how easy it is for the government
>>1613>it doesn't seem like a giant wind turbine has many places to hide
You'd be surprised, I'm having difficulty finding it on google maps and the latitude & longitude just takes me to a cupcake shop. It might be private property anyway, I haven't seen anyone on camera. At least the scenery's nice>I doubt they would like trespassers
That never stopped Plague Doctor, but then again he was a bit of an underage retard so maybe you're better off not venturing there.
Ah shit, well if you ever do, post here beforehand so we can see kek
some sort of garden I think? Fully controllable, can look up/down/left/right
after 360ing a couple times, it's a building deep in some woods, the hell? the range of motion on this cam is super fucking good, too, you can look all over.
I think these are telescopes or something. This is from the university of texas
I like this one a lot.
plecostimous fish tank!https://www.insecam.org/en/view/847683/
shit, they took it down. Must've noticed the camera was in a weird spot and checked the logs or something.
I was moving this one around when someone else was on and they closed the feed one me.http://184.108.40.206/viewer/live/index.html?lang=en
This one of a Japanese shrine is really pretty. I wish I could visit.http://www.opentopia.com/webcam/9100
US-Mexico Border Camhttp://www.opentopia.com/webcam/9339
The whole site http://www.opentopia.com
is another good webcam finder.
Hmm, this can be a fun past-time when you're bored.
Oh yeah it's very fun. There are certain terms you can search on google to find your own too I can share.
I do recommend if you're connecting to a direct feed (not opentopia or insecam), you should probably use a VPN. Even just the one in opera browser, it's free. Camera software logs IPs
then again I doubt it's really a big deal, probably just being paranoid. This is perfectly legal after all.
Got anymore specific ones?
Alright I finally found out where that camera was, and unfortunately it is private property. I'm not keen on breaking in just for the sake of a small imageboard.http://insecam.org/en/view/385425/
This one's pretty comfy too if you ask me, something about just watching the cars drive by is nice
damn, how dare you not trespass for us. never gonna be forgiven.
I am looking at shit in mexico and there is a family going into a big pool, but there is this creepy guy who keeps on staring at these people while touching his genitals
SHIT SHE JUST NOTICED THE CAMERA
>>2144>this creepy guy who keeps on staring at these people while touching his genitals
y'all should probably use a vpn when directly connecting to the cameras via their IP, since they keep logs. if you're nowhere near the area it's in though I doubt they'd do jack shit
Is this some sort of house? I mean, it's not inside the house itself so whatever I guess, sort of weird though