And all this we can sum up as an online communication process.Online communication, or chat, can be divided into two types: text chat and video chat, which has become the most widespread mean of online communication since webcam became popular.Thanks to today’s technologies, communication, an inevitable daily aspect, has become even more simple and accessible, or we could say more technologically interactive.
All you need is a webcam (a low cost device that provides real time video & audio to a PC or computer network), a web browser and an Internet connection.
Please note that to use i Cam you will also need to download the free i Cam Source software from or purchase our i Cam Source Mobile app.
The i Cam Source software supports Windows Vista/7/8/10 and mac OS 10.9 and later.
I've been using this product for near enough two years if not more.
I use it in my bedroom at home as I live with my parents, it sends you a notification (not an e-mail so it's not clogging your inbox up with detection notifications) when there is movement detection in the area your camera picks up, you can then select areas within that camera space to detect movement, you can then control the sensitivity of those detections and turn off motion detection and whether it records movements, I live in the uk and was recently on holiday in Australia and was getting notifications when I was at the other side of the world whether I was on 4g/3G/wifi, so anyone who says they don't get a connection over mobile networks and other wifis are simple because this is easy to setup, virtually plug in your webcam install the program on your pc setup an account and your ready to go, the only down side is it only records jpgs and not video but in hindsight video would take up a lot more room, you can also view the captured pictures within the app, they are all timed and dated, you can then play them like a flipbook, delete a single Picture or delete a whole bunch in one go, this is great for security as you don't have to start taking pictures of the video.