WORLD'S FIRST WEBCAM
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Where was the world's first webcam?
In late 1991 Paul Jardetzky,
Quentin Stafford-Fraser and other University of Cambridge students write custom
software to display images online via the world's first webcam.
With such an important creation the webcam has to have
a very important role, and that it does.
The webcam is pointed at the Trojan room coffee pot to
save caffeine deprived student from a pointless trip to the coffee room when the
pot is empty.
November 1993 the webcam was connected to the internet making it available for
all internet users.
After almost a decade of providing lazy students with fresh coffee the
Trojan Room Coffee Pot webcam was finally switched off at 0954 UTC on Wednesday August
Below you can see the final image
taken by the webcam as it is in the process of being shut down.
The Trojan Room Coffee Pot
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