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  1. #1
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?B=E5rd_Olav_Olsen?=
    Guest
    Hi...
    Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....

    Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...

    The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    And as far as I know...

    Any JAVA-programmers out there??????

    My idea is simple

    You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    ....but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P

    In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via Bluetooth/IR...

    It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...

    So..any good programmers out there?........


    /Bård
    Norway




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  2. #2
    a_dude
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    please have a look at

    www.handango.com

    the program you mentioned about the webcam is there ....
    or try

    www.my-symbian.com

    before asking about programs....

    basically all of the programs are there.....

    cheers

    "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi...
    > Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    > Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    > nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    >
    > Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    > the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    > Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    > time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    >
    > The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    > and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    > And as far as I know...
    >
    > Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    >
    > My idea is simple
    >
    > You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    > from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    > select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    > The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    > ...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    > devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    > optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    > running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    > as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    > MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    >
    > In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    > program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    Bluetooth/IR...
    >
    > It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    > camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    > a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    > would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    > all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    >
    > So..any good programmers out there?........
    >
    >
    > /Bård
    > Norway
    >






  3. #3
    Macbeth
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    Buy another webcam, that is the most sensible option in the long run.

    "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi...
    > Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    > Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    > nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    >
    > Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    > the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    > Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    > time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    >
    > The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    > and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    > And as far as I know...
    >
    > Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    >
    > My idea is simple
    >
    > You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    > from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    > select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    > The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    > ...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    > devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    > optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    > running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    > as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    > MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    >
    > In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    > program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    Bluetooth/IR...
    >
    > It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    > camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    > a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    > would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    > all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    >
    > So..any good programmers out there?........
    >
    >
    > /Bård
    > Norway
    >






  4. #4
    Lord-Data
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    I dunno .. i think thats actually a good idea ..

    I mean .. it has a video ability, it has bluetooth wireless .. why not use
    them together? It might not be easy to actually emulate a webcam that would
    work with IMs right away, but im sure some kind of video streaming system
    could be developed ..

    If its not already, of course ..

    I'm just saying I like the idea .. hey, itd be neat for spying .. leave your
    cam in the next room (if you can get bluetooth range, of course) and watch


    "Macbeth" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:vvaOb.97$%[email protected]
    > Buy another webcam, that is the most sensible option in the long run.
    >
    > "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Hi...
    > > Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    > > Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    > > nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    > >
    > > Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    > > the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    > > Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    > > time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    > >
    > > The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    > > and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    > > And as far as I know...
    > >
    > > Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    > >
    > > My idea is simple
    > >
    > > You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    > > from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    > > select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    > > The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    > > ...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    > > devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    > > optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    > > running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    > > as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    > > MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    > >
    > > In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    > > program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    > Bluetooth/IR...
    > >
    > > It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    > > camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    > > a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    > > would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    > > all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    > >
    > > So..any good programmers out there?........
    > >
    > >
    > > /Bård
    > > Norway
    > >

    >
    >






  5. #5
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?B=E5rd_Olav_Olsen?=
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    thnx....well..tried to search..but only got up a lot of Chez
    webpages....and understood nothing...CHEERS!!!..
    Thnx!

    a_dude wrote:
    > please have a look at
    >
    > www.handango.com
    >
    > the program you mentioned about the webcam is there ....
    > or try
    >
    > www.my-symbian.com
    >
    > before asking about programs....
    >
    > basically all of the programs are there.....
    >
    > cheers
    >
    > "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Hi...
    >>Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    >>Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    >>nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    >>
    >>Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    >>the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    >>Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    >>time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    >>
    >>The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    >>and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    >>And as far as I know...
    >>
    >>Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    >>
    >>My idea is simple
    >>
    >>You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    >>from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    >>select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    >>The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    >>...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    >>devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    >>optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    >>running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    >>as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    >>MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    >>
    >>In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    >>program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    >
    > Bluetooth/IR...
    >
    >>It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    >>camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    >>a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    >>would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    >>all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    >>
    >>So..any good programmers out there?........
    >>
    >>
    >>/Bård
    >>Norway
    >>

    >
    >
    >





  6. #6
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?B=E5rd_Olav_Olsen?=
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    well..nope.....the normal webcams are to lightning senstive....one
    slight miss in the light....and U end up with a yellow, blue, or green
    image......webcams sux..

    Macbeth wrote:

    > Buy another webcam, that is the most sensible option in the long run.
    >
    > "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Hi...
    >>Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    >>Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    >>nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    >>
    >>Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    >>the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    >>Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    >>time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    >>
    >>The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    >>and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    >>And as far as I know...
    >>
    >>Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    >>
    >>My idea is simple
    >>
    >>You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    >>from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    >>select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    >>The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    >>...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    >>devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    >>optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    >>running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    >>as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    >>MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    >>
    >>In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    >>program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    >
    > Bluetooth/IR...
    >
    >>It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    >>camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    >>a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    >>would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    >>all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    >>
    >>So..any good programmers out there?........
    >>
    >>
    >>/Bård
    >>Norway
    >>

    >
    >
    >





  7. #7
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?B=E5rd_Olav_Olsen?=
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    On the other hand..maybe we should leave this idea be.....or we'll have
    the fedz on our asses..

    Lord-Data wrote:

    > I dunno .. i think thats actually a good idea ..
    >
    > I mean .. it has a video ability, it has bluetooth wireless .. why not use
    > them together? It might not be easy to actually emulate a webcam that would
    > work with IMs right away, but im sure some kind of video streaming system
    > could be developed ..
    >
    > If its not already, of course ..
    >
    > I'm just saying I like the idea .. hey, itd be neat for spying .. leave your
    > cam in the next room (if you can get bluetooth range, of course) and watch
    >
    >





  8. #8
    a_dude
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    theres software that does that already

    "Lord-Data" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I dunno .. i think thats actually a good idea ..
    >
    > I mean .. it has a video ability, it has bluetooth wireless .. why not use
    > them together? It might not be easy to actually emulate a webcam that

    would
    > work with IMs right away, but im sure some kind of video streaming system
    > could be developed ..
    >
    > If its not already, of course ..
    >
    > I'm just saying I like the idea .. hey, itd be neat for spying .. leave

    your
    > cam in the next room (if you can get bluetooth range, of course) and watch
    >
    >
    > "Macbeth" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:vvaOb.97$%[email protected]
    > > Buy another webcam, that is the most sensible option in the long run.
    > >
    > > "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > Hi...
    > > > Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    > > > Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    > > > nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    > > >
    > > > Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most

    of
    > > > the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    > > > Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    > > > time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    > > >
    > > > The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more

    accurate
    > > > and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    > > > And as far as I know...
    > > >
    > > > Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    > > >
    > > > My idea is simple
    > > >
    > > > You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    > > > from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    > > > select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    > > > The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    > > > ...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other

    JAVA-enabled
    > > > devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as

    an
    > > > optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    > > > running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE

    itself
    > > > as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    > > > MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    > > >
    > > > In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and

    this
    > > > program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    > > Bluetooth/IR...
    > > >
    > > > It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    > > > camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could

    sense
    > > > a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    > > > would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    > > > all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    > > >
    > > > So..any good programmers out there?........
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > /Bård
    > > > Norway
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  9. #9
    Lord-Data
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    The concept isnt illegal .. its uses could be .. but the same can be said
    for almost anything .. a 5 min timer on the camera could be just as bad if
    used well ..

    Even that "Security" app that takes pics when it sees motion .. that could
    do the same function ..


    "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On the other hand..maybe we should leave this idea be.....or we'll have
    > the fedz on our asses..
    >
    > Lord-Data wrote:
    >
    > > I dunno .. i think thats actually a good idea ..
    > >
    > > I mean .. it has a video ability, it has bluetooth wireless .. why not

    use
    > > them together? It might not be easy to actually emulate a webcam that

    would
    > > work with IMs right away, but im sure some kind of video streaming

    system
    > > could be developed ..
    > >
    > > If its not already, of course ..
    > >
    > > I'm just saying I like the idea .. hey, itd be neat for spying .. leave

    your
    > > cam in the next room (if you can get bluetooth range, of course) and

    watch
    > >
    > >

    >






  10. #10
    Lord-Data
    Guest

    Re: Nokia6600+Java+Camera+Bluetooth=Webcamera for Desktop/Laptop?

    Im' sure you can get better webcams .. logitech pro 4000 should be a lot
    better than you describe, but I still think your original idea has merit ..
    youv got a lens, youv got a wireless link up .. why not use em .. if i could
    program for symbian (only know delphi for windows) then i'd probably look at
    it myself ..

    I guess a non-standard form of bluetooth linkup would also restrict ability
    ... Why the hell doesnt microsoft just hurry up and make a good standard and
    push it on us like they do everything else .. would have solved this some
    time back ..




    "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > well..nope.....the normal webcams are to lightning senstive....one
    > slight miss in the light....and U end up with a yellow, blue, or green
    > image......webcams sux..
    >
    > Macbeth wrote:
    >
    > > Buy another webcam, that is the most sensible option in the long run.
    > >
    > > "Bård Olav Olsen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > >>Hi...
    > >>Anyone here know of a JAVA program that I can install and use on my
    > >>Nokia to be able to stream the camerafeeds to my PC as a and make my
    > >>nokia 6600 my webcamera????.....
    > >>
    > >>Would offcourse have to be when it was docked with the powercord most of
    > >>the time, but still...it should be possible should it not?...:P
    > >>Since the powwa in the phone can substain a feed for a short period of
    > >>time..it could also be a cordless webcamera...
    > >>
    > >>The reason I want this is because the camera lightning is more accurate
    > >>and better in the nokia phones than in my logitech WEBCAM.. :P
    > >>And as far as I know...
    > >>
    > >>Any JAVA-programmers out there??????
    > >>
    > >>My idea is simple
    > >>
    > >>You have a Java program on your Symbian-OS phone...it reads the feed
    > >>from the Camera. The Software have a menu selection where people can
    > >>select the destination source of nearby Bluetooth enabled devices...
    > >>The JAVA software should be able to RECEIVE feeds aswell..
    > >>...but primarily..it should be able to send feeds to other JAVA-enabled
    > >>devices using Bluetooth as default transmission protocol...with IR as an
    > >>optional way. On the receiving PC...another JAVA applet should be
    > >>running....receiving the feed and this program should CAMOUFLAGE itself
    > >>as a CAMERA DEVICE for the operating system..hence..U could use say
    > >>MSN-Messenger to show the live feed....:P
    > >>
    > >>In theory it should be possible to just make ONE JAVA-program...and this
    > >>program should have the possiblity to also RECEIVE feeds via

    > >
    > > Bluetooth/IR...
    > >
    > >>It would also be cool if the program also could SENSE other
    > >>camera-devices ...say if it runs on a Computer in a JVM, it could sense
    > >>a Logitech webcam..and steal the feed from IT. Easyest way for this
    > >>would be to just have an option in the program where one could select
    > >>all detected camera-devices connected to the Computer or Phone...
    > >>
    > >>So..any good programmers out there?........
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>/Bård
    > >>Norway
    > >>

    > >
    > >
    > >

    >






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