Live people online wepcams
The red letters indicate telescopes that are observing right now (T—the ESO 3.6-metre telescope, N— New Technology Telescope and D—the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope).
Webcam views from around the City including Surfcam, Octagoncam and views from the campus and Port Otago, railway station and Forsyth Barr stadium.
While beachgoers are visible in the shot, the webcam doesn't get close enough to discern faces, she said."I didn't want to get too close up to people," King said. It's just a webcam that points out the shoreline."Both Cury and Gnandt noted that many people are aware of the camera locations and seek them out."All the cruise ship captains, they know us and they will wave to us," Gnandt said.
"We are very respectful of people's privacy rights.
The Octagon Webcam gives a view of the Octagon looking towards St Clair. This captured image shows St Clair beach, popular with surfers and one of the top spots of Dunedin. Port Otago operates a number of webcams around the Otago Harbour.Part of the draw is the high-definition footage."To see things live is very compelling for people," said Brian Cury, CEO and founder of Earth Cam Inc., a live webcam network that broadcasts from sites including the beaches behind The Breakers in Palm Beach and Miami's Biscayne Bay.The New Jersey-based Earth Cam this month added a camera to the Lauderdale Marina at 15th Street Fisheries in Fort Lauderdale, capturing images of boats embarking or docking.A lot of times, [viewers are] folks who have been there before and want to revisit it."Last year during the North's winter, Chris Korab, 62, of Cleveland, Ohio, began logging on each morning to look at Pompano Beach's sunny shoreline."It was kind of a slice of heaven on earth.
Here we are in 10 feet of snow, and it was beautiful to see the surf and the sand and the sun," said Korab, whose sister, Phyllis Korab, works in Pompano Beach.
The camera angle shows the rushing waves, a lifeguard stand and the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse looming in the distance.