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+ Freeware: WWIGO (webcam wherever I go)

06 June 2007

WWIGO (webcam wherever I go)
Turn your phone into a high-quality web camera

WWIGOTurn your phone into a high quality wireless web camera, throw out your bulky USB webcam and carry your webcam with you wherever you go and connect it to your laptop at anytime.

WWIGO (pronounced 'vigo') is acronym for Webcam wherever I go. With WWIGO, a camera phone can be used as a webcam with PC or Laptop using Bluetooth as the transmission medium.

It allows a user to transform a Bluetooth enabled camera phone into a wireless webcam to be used along with a PC/Laptop. After short alpha testing, application is available for wider public use and application is available for 2nd and 3rd edition phones.

This is made possible by consists of two software components, one on your phone and another one on your phone using the underlying Bluetooth transmission.

WWIGO

Features

  • Use Camera Phone as Wirless Webcam
  • Record videos with wwigo PC application.
  • Use along with , Skype, Yahoo messenger or Windows Live messenger to do video chat.
  • Live Upload with YouTube and Grouper to share video.
  • Video Quality better or comparable to off shelf webcam*
  • Works with popular Bluetooth Stacks on PC
  • Supported devices Nokia Series 60 v2.0 and Series 60 v3.0 phones

System Requirements

  • Desktop/Laptop with Windows 2000 or Windows XP SP2
  • Bluetooth enabled with any one of these bluetooth Stack, Microsoft Bluetooth Stack, Widcomm Bluetooth Stack, Toshiba Bluetooth Stack
  • Mobile Phone: Nokia Series 60 v2.0 or v3.0 phone.

Source: Motvik Author: Apoc


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