Your Questions About Mobile Web Application Camera
Can a camera phone be converted to a surveillance device?
I’d like to hack an old cellphone with camera. Can the video that normally goes to the screen be diverted to somekind of output device? Ideally I would like to transmit the video via wifi.
OK – that’s not the direction I was trying to head, but is a nice alternative. Old School Samsung phone – with camera in the flip lid w/display on other side. Can’t feed the CCD (?) in to a USB cable, maybe somekind of small project board in the middle, buffer, amp, graphics chip, battery powered wifi card of some type.
It is possible. But you will need a smartphone, not just an ordinary phone for that. I hve done this over GPRS with Nokia symbian OS S60 phones (6630/Nseries etc).
If you want to stream it thru WIFI, you will need a WIFI enable phone, like N82 or N95. (Do not go for N80. I am an unfortunate owner of one. It has got a terrible battery life).
The symbian web server will make your phone as a web server on the LAN, or over the internet, and you will be able to access the camera picture through the internet/LAN.
There are a host of other applications though, which works on similar lines. You can try browsing through http://www.getjar.com for the right application.
What is the difference between VGA camera, Digital camera, and Mega Pixel camera?
A mobile phone advertisement says in short that it has Digital camera, but capacity of that digital camera has not been mentioned. Now-a-days, generally, common mobile phones carry 1.2 or 2 Mega pixel camera (smart phones carry more). What can be the capacity of this mobile camera? Will it be less powerful than 2 Mega pixel cameras, or more powerful ?
Digital cameras are typically identified by a megapixel rating that denotes the highest resolution of the images they can capture, in pixels. Visual graphics array resolution is 640 pixels wide by 480 pixels high. While most digital cameras and other electronic devices that contain cameras no longer use the outdated VGA display standard, there are still a few applications where it remains useful. Digital cameras are typically identified by a megapixel rating that denotes the highest resolution of the images they can capture, in pixels. Visual graphics array resolution is 640 pixels wide by 480 pixels high. While most digital cameras and other electronic devices that contain cameras no longer use the outdated VGA display standard, there are still a few applications where it remains useful.
VGA camera is the lowest resolution camera,if the pixels increases then the clarity will be increases.this is the lowest pixel camera
The expansion of vga would be Video Graphics Array. It was a term used in older digital cameras. Now the fact remains that these cameras will provide the same clarity as a 0.3 megapixel image. These cameras have a difference in the sense that they provide very poor clarity and the images are distorted. Vga also implies a picture standard of 640 X 480, while we can adjust the width and height of modern day pics. The second difference is that these images do not take up much memory space as they are very small. Today we have phones and cameras whose clarity is described in terms of megapixels while earlier we had only on standard and name i.e vga. Today the standard is in the number of mega pixels which can be range from 1.3 to 5 to 12 or even higher. The term vga standard is almost obsolete today.
VGA means Video Graphics Array. It is a basic camera having very less resolution means less details and clarity . As u increases MP of camera then the details and clarity will increase
A VGA camera takes pictures at the old screen resolution of 640 X 480. This screen resolution is the resolution that we had 4 to 6 years ago and beyond. This resolution is generally used for web site creation. The screen resolution now is generally 1280 X 1024. This will display the picture in 1/4 of the screen. And different is VGA cameras are digital cameras that store their images directly inside the camera’s memory or onto an attached memory card. The images can then be transferred to a computer for printing or sent to a TV screen for public viewing by connecting a cable between the camera and the second device or by removing the memory card and inserting it into a card reader.
Picture quality ….clarity…. Vga is vry basic……..4 higher picture resolutions and clearer piks u upgrade 2 mega pixel cameras…and as d mega pixels increase d pik quality increases. So 1.3 megapixel camera is better dan vga and 2 ,3 ,4 or 10 megapixel wd b better dan 1.3 VGA is an abbreviation for Video Graphics Array (VGA) and is basic and almost out dated you can say , as far cameras are concerned. Now a days the Digital cameras are selected based on the mega Pixels .The mobile phones are now a days are coming with 1.3 mega pix to 3 mega pix commonly and the cameras are available from 4,5,6,7,8 10 mega pixels. THE MORE THE mEGA pIXCEL NUMBER THE BETTER IS THE PICTURE QUALITY AND YOU CAN GET THE PHOTO TAKEN WITH HIGHER MEGA PIXEL CAMERA TO A VERY LARGE SIZE WITHOUT ANY DISTORTION OR BLOWING UP OF PIXELS.
Can you recommend a Cingular cell phone without camera but other features?
Where I work I can’t have a camera on my cell phone , but my basic cell phone is old and not holding a charge, so I need a new one. Are there phones offered at Cingular that have great features (like speaker phone/voice actuation, etc.) that don’t have cameras?
I’ll start off with the smartphone/pda phones…
It takes all the business tools you’ll need and shrinks them down into a small, lightweight format. Designed as the only mobile communications device you’ll ever need, it includes ergonomic buttons, a QWERTY keyboard, and a full-color 240×160 display, giving you access to features from organizers to email. It’s also Bluetooth® enabled for hands-free talking.
* Email, phone, browser, SMS, and organizer in a single handheld
* Bluetooth® wireless capable for handsfree talking
* Adaptive Multi-Rate Technology
* AMR optimizes network frequency & voice coverage
* Easy-to-use navigation trackwheel and intuitive menu interface
* Enhanced double backlight for keypad and screen
* Bright, backlit 240×160 display with over 65,000 colors
* Black design with modified keypad
* Email with integrated attachment viewing
* Quad-band world device – functions on all worldwide GSM networks
* JavaTM development platform based on open standards
Get easy access to view, edit and present Microsoft Office documents. Send and receive email, create, edit and sync email, calendar and contacts with your computer, too. QWERTY keyboard makes it easy. You’ll have access to a wide range of business and personal applications, such as Good® Mobile Messaging, Xpress Mail, BlackBerry Connect, mail for Microsoft® Exchange, IM, POP3 and IMAP4. Store multiple numbers, email addresses, mailing addresses.
* Email, contacts and scheduler all in one
* Multiple personal & corporate email options
* View, create, edit & email Microsoft® Office docs
* Comfortable full QWERTY keyboard
* Video player and music player
* Bluetooth® wireless capable
* Speakerphone & voice recorder
* Organizer with calendar, contacts & tasks
* Blackberry Connect, Mail for Exchange, Xpress Mail capable
* PIM & Outlook synchronization with PC and email
* Multimedia messaging – Send text, images & sounds
* Instant messaging – AOL®, Yahoo!® & ICQ®
* High speed EDGE connectivity
* Full HTML web browser
* Cingular Exclusive
here are the regular phones…
Listen to the music with a built-in FM radio, tell your friends about your day with MMS messaging, and check your email with Mobile Internet. The full-color display makes the 6030 easy to use day or night.
* Integrated FM Radio (Requires Separate Headset)
* Music Tone Ringtones, Downloadable Games and Graphics
* Mobile Instant Messaging using AOL®, Yahoo!® and ICQ® Instant Messaging
* Wireless Internet Browser
* MEdia Net capable for surfing the internet
* Multimedia Messaging – Send text, pictures and sound
* 850/1900 MHz – Dual-band device
* TFT display with 65K colors
* GPRS data transfer
* Predictive Text Input
Sony Ericsson Z300a
A GoPhone exclusive. Sleek and stylish clam-shell design that fits neatly in your hand. Multimedia messaging – send pictures, text, and sounds. Photo caller ID and unique caller ringtones. MEdia Net capable for surfing the internet, full-audio polyphonic ringtones, downloadable wallpaper and graphics. Sleep tight with the calendar and alarm clock and know who is calling with the external caller ID.
* Photo Caller ID & unique caller ringtones
* MEdia Net capable for surfing the internet
* Multimedia Messaging – send pictures, text & sounds
* Full-audio polyphonic ringtones
* Downloadable wallpaper and graphics
* Calendar and alarm clock
* GoPhone Exclusive
* External caller ID – See who is calling
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These last 2 are my person recommendations for you…they are also the cheapest ironically.
Sony Ericsson T290a
You’ll enjoy the features of this candy-bar style phone. Speakerphone for hands-free conversation, dual-band, built-in email client, 4,096 color LCD screen for viewing pictures and viewing the internet. Play games in your spare time, too. The Sony Ericsson T290a has a voice recorder, picture phonebook, gallery and wallpaper. You can capture the moments as they happen because this phone is camera ready (requires Sony Ericsson camera accessory).
* Speakerphone allows for hands-free conversation
* 4,096 Color LCD Screen for viewing pictures and surfing the internet
* Voice Recorder
* Picture phonebook, gallery and wallpaper
* Built-in e-mail client
* Camera ready (requires SonyEricsson camera accessory)
* Predictive text input
* Calendar, calculator, contacts, alarm and stopwatch
the fact that you CAN have a camera on this with the accessory is a plus for me. Perhaps you too?
The Motorola L2
The L2 brings together hi-tech features with easy access, including Bluetooth® connectivity for simple links to headsets and computers, quad-band GSMTM so you won’t have to worry about where you call, speakerphone for hands-free use, and mobile email. Powering up is simple, too. Just connect your L2 to your computer’s USB port for a quick charge.
* Quad-band world phone
* Mobile e-mail capable
* Bluetooth® wireless capable
* Sleek ultra thin design
* Hands-free speakerphone
* Downloads ringtones and graphics
* Multimedia and text messaging
* Instant messaging with AOL®, Yahoo!® and ICQ®
this one is just sleek looking with a lot of features.
Hope this helped!
What is the difference between a Smart Phone and a Blackberry?
Is a Blackberry just a version of a smart phone? I am getting a new phone in a couple of weeks and am trying to make a decision. I do a lot of text messaging and picture taking. I wouldn’t mind a web browser so I can look stuff up on the go, and exchange emails.
A smartphone is a mobile phone offering advanced capabilities beyond a typical mobile phone, often with PC-like functionality. There is no industry standard definition of a smartphone. For some, a smartphone is a phone that runs complete operating system software providing a standardized interface and platform for application developers. For others, a smartphone is simply a phone with advanced features like e-mail and Internet capabilities, and/or a full keyboard.
A blackberry is without a doubt a smartphone as well as the touch phones or any other phone that has pda functions, can access the internet, email and text.
If you are looking for the features you mentioned then the blackberry fits the bill – you can message / take pictures with the models that have a camera such as BB Curve / it has a web browser / and you can set up your email to go to it I have two of my email accounts going to mine. I think you can set up three or four.
I personally would suggest the blackberry curve – that is the model I have and I am quite satisfied with it – I would give it a 9.5 out of 10. (the .5 comes from the fact that there is always room for improvement for anything). I have had mine for about 2 months without a problem.
What are the best touch screen phones on Metro PCS and Boost Mobile?
I want to buy a cool touch screen either on Metro PCS or Boost Mobile. Please Help! Oh and is Boost Mobile any good?
You can buy it from amazon
You can consider buying
1)HTC Aria Android Phone (AT&T)
*Fast 3G connectivity via AT&T’s HSDPA/UMTS network (850/1900 MHz bands; 3.6/7.2 Mbps speeds with network availability).
*Powered by the Android operating system (version 2.1) with deep integration of Google services and access to thousands of apps to customize your phone via the Android Market.
*HTC Sense personalized widgets
Customizable HTC Scene home screen panels for creating specific home screens with apps for work, play, travel and more.
*Universal search: Simply start typing to begin searching your contacts, applications, Google, Google Maps, Wikipedia and Twitter. Universal search narrows down the possible results as you type, so it’s easier to find what you need.
*Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g) for accessing home and corporate networks as well as hotspots while on the go. Connect for free using one of the over 20,000 AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide.
*GPS navigation capabilities via AT&T Navigator service includes audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates and re-routing options. This phone also includes a digital compass.
*3.2-inch touchscreen display (320 x 480 pixels) with virtual onscreen keyboard.
*Optical joystick control with PC-like viewing and navigation of the Web with pinch and zoom.
*5-megapixel auto-focus camera with video capture capabilities.
*Memory expansion via microSD card slot with support for optional cards up to 32 GB (2 GB card included).
*5-megapixel auto-focus camera on the back.
*Bluetooth connectivity (version 2.1) includes profiles for communication headset, hands-free car kits, and the A2DP Bluetooth profile–enabling you to wirelessly stream your music to a pair of compatible Bluetooth stereo headphones or speaker dock.
*Full HTML Web browsing
*Text, picture and video messaging
*Instant messaging is available through AIM, Windows Live, Yahoo!, and Google Talk.
*Push e-mail via Google and Exchange using support for IMAP and POP, MSN Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and AOL Mail.
*Google and corporate calendar supports Exchange 2003 and 2007 protocols.
*Rich mobile multimedia including YouTube, AT&T Music, AT&T Radio, MusicID, MobiTV, and Mobile Video.
*Airplane mode allows you to listen to music while the cellular connectivity is turned off.
*Quickoffice for viewing Word and Excel files
*Security with VPN and SSL plus password enforcement with remote wipe.
2)Samsung Solstice a887 Phone, Purple (AT&T)
*2-megapixel camera with 3x digital zoom and video capture capabilities
*Organizer tools: calendar, alarm clock, to-do, stopwatch, world clock, and notes
*Audio file formats: MP3, AAC, Real
*Downloadable ringtones, graphics, games, applications and videos
*Streaming radio capabilities
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