Check out www.x10.com THey have a cheap "see-in-the-dark" camera. You can
use USB interface and see it over the Internet. I have a couple at the house
and they send images as scenery changes in front of the camera. Not
brilliant quality, but cute.
P.S. Delete all Internet cookies after viewing their site or you will be
From: Michael Hargreave Mawson [mailto:OC@46thFoot.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: anti theft ideas
In article <NCBBKDNEEKEOHAOIIOIIEEDKGAAA.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Randall
Young <ryoung@NAVCOMTECH.COM> writes
>> I don't know whether to laugh or cry. My Spit is parked in a leafy
>> avenue in a nice part of a nice town.
>Wow. Sure makes me glad I live in a not-so-nice part of a not-so-nice town
>! One TR3 vandalism incident in 10 years is looking pretty good right now.
>> I too would be interested in a security system that shouted "Step away
>> from the car!" when people got too near.
>I think I'd be more interested in a system that took snapshots of whoever
>walked close to the car. Chances are, this is one person, or a small
>that are probably well known to the local gendarmes.
Very true. I am tempted by these digital video spy cameras that you
see advertised all over the WWW, but have never investigated their
technical capabilities. If they are IR-capable, and I could set both
camera and IR-source up on the front of my house, *then* I'd catch the
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