So, here are ten remote webcam feeds from around the world that may make you switch off your TV for a while.
Earth Cam is a network of real-time remote webcam feeds from around the world.
The camera is now disabled because of extreme temperatures on the South Pole, but if it’s anything like the accompanying video, then this is a definite must-see.
The webcam feed is part of the United States Antarctic Program. For both ghost-spotters and Ghostbusters, this could be a dress rehearsal for the real thing.
An endangered species just got a slight population boom.
Webcams are robotic eyes capturing our lives in frames. Remote webcams peeping into your lives may make you go all choleric, but when they point at some fascinating places around the world, they can make you gawk.
Real-time webcam feeds that capture unique events (or non-events) always prick our interest because there’s something in our psyche that makes us want to be voyeurs.
Big Brother’s eyes are everywhere thanks to remote cameras and related intrusive technologies.
You can spot them at street corners and hanging from metallic arms on almost every building these days.