It looks like we have finally cracked the bug that has caused the webcam player to be jerky on some systems.
Adobe's latest release of flash has a bug which has caused us to have to completely re-write the webcam player. Our first attempt at this is currently online and works... but is not responsive with problems on some systems.
It looks like we have fixed this issue now, expect to see an update online shortly.
If you are having problems with the webcam player please let me know.
I will update the blog when the new version has been installed.
Great to see TV3 launch their new weather presentation last night as part of the 3 News 6 pm report in New Zealand.
We have been busy working with TV3 for the past few months to develop a timelapse generator that can easily be incorporated into their weather presentation software and it was exciting to see it launched with a beautiful timelapse from the Nomad's Queenstown SnapitHD Cam.
Watch out for the coming SnapIT TV commercial - being produced now.
We are excited to announce a limited, pilot launch of the new snapitHD2 and snapitHD3 series of live, immersive, cameras.
Primary applications include tourism promotion, project management, construction time-lapse, monitoring and surveillance.
Live snapitHD3 360°
The Port Nelson camera captures a 360 degree panorama that you can pan and tilt by clicking and dragging your mouse.
The camera has no moving parts, so unlimited users can view different directions at the same time. Full screen
The snapitHD2 system allows users to view an entire day as a fullscreen time-lapse by moving the mouse from left to right. This camera is located in the central South Island town of Glentanner, overlooking the Southern Alps and Aoraki Mount Cook, New Zealand's tallest mountain.
Coming tomorrow: The beta pilot launch of our new Snapithd 180 and 360 degree live interactive cameras.