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  1. arrowology

    arrowology New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi everybody,

    I would just like to announce that OmniEye is out in the Android Market!

    OmniEye allows you to use your webcams as a remove surveillance system. You can keep tabs on your babysitter, goldfish, your children, or whatever holds your heart's interest while you're away.

    The Pro version of OmniEye also allows you to schedule "tapings" or "recordings" of your feeds, just like using TiVo, so you can record and play back your feeds at your leisure. In addition, you can stream unlimited number of webcams, as well as enable HD streaming.

    Both the PC and Android software are really easy to use - no messy network configuration or setup.

    You can find out more from Arrowology | Omnieye.

    Lite Version: [​IMG]

    Pro Version: [​IMG]

    Hope you try it out!
     

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  2. WarMace

    WarMace Well-Known Member

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    I have a common home firewall.

    Will I need to set up port forwarding or does the server app somehow get through that?
     
  3. arrowology

    arrowology New Member This Topic's Starter

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    WarMace: nope - no firewall configuration needed! The PC client should work just fine.

    Best,
    Henry
     
  4. Lcaz

    Lcaz New Member

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    The app isn't in the market for me but i got one of those low rez screens so is it locked for the smaller screen sizes or what?:confused:
     
  5. arrowology

    arrowology New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Lcaz: What kind of phone do you have? I believe OmniEye works on all phones with the Android OS 1.5 or greater.
     
  6. cousinHub

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    will try it out and report back. cheers, H.
     
  7. Lcaz

    Lcaz New Member

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    I have an Huawei 8100, it has Android 2.1 so thats probably not it.
     

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