Who wants a Free WebCam ?


You've probably heard about the Windows CE GotDotNet Shared Source WebCam Project - it turns out that Nic Sagez has about 25 Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000 devices sat in his office. Nic wants to give them away to people that are interested in using/working on the Shared Source GotDotNet project.


Here's how to get your free WebCam - sign up to the Windows CE GotDotNet Shared Source WebCam   project and send an e-mail to Nic Sagez


First 25 to respond get the Webcams...


- Mike

Comments (11)

  1. WHAT WAS THAT I HAVE BEEN OVER DUE TO GET BACK TO THE RICH FILE RATING HAS NOT BEEN SEEN 4 STAR

  2. Rich V says:

    Oh i want one! this sounds like a great project

  3. I want a web cam too I hate feelin like an orphan…..

  4. I’ve downloaded but haven’t installed as of yet the CE Beta.

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  5. wcs says:

    Wow..free webcam…I’d like to have one..but it seemed too far from you guys. > <

    I’ve got a Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 (Iguess, at least pid/vid matches)…Trying to port code from gotdotnet (Thanks to gotdotnet for the code) onto it during my little sare time. Seems that pid/vid modeification is not good enough.Trying to figure out where the 4000’s video streaming interface is… > <

  6. Andreas says:

    I like to take part and check it out with the webcam!

    best regards

    andreas

  7. mikehall says:

    Don’t forget – the way to get a webcam (assuming there are still some left) is to sign up to the GotDotNet site and then send an e-mail to Nic Sagaz – details for the site and e-mail address are in the original blog post.

    – Mike

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