Pocket PC with wireless WEB camera

Pocket PC with wireless WEB camera

Post by xaja » Fri, 03 Jun 2005 15:44:07


Hi,

I have an FSC Loox 420, which I use in the car for navigation purposes
(TomTom3). I thought I could use it also as a screen for a rearcamera.
Since it supports Wireles and Bluetooth, my idea is to link it with an
Wireless WEB Camera which might be mounted in the back of the car. Does
anybody know, if Windows Mobile support such a hardware/software
architecture.

example for such a camera you wil find in:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

thanks,
xajas
 
 
 

Pocket PC with wireless WEB camera

Post by David Hett » Sat, 04 Jun 2005 20:51:48

It will to some extent depend on the requirements of the WEB Camera. Some
units, not all require controlling software be installed on the viewing
device. If the WEB camera requires this you must be sure your PocketPC is
capable of running the software. Other cameras require nothing more than the
address of the correct web page. And several companies are making software
just for this purpose.

http://www.yqcomputer.com/



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Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices

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