The new parallel-processor pencigraphic image compositing tool will hopefully be up and running in the next few months.
In the meantime, while the system is under development, please visit the gallery of previously transmitted pencigraphic image composites ("Seamless Hockney" with the cubism removed computationally, giving rise to a single-perspective image composite).
Previously, the image assembly has been slow, but hopefully the "painting with looks" environment maps will be back online soon, at the much higher (near realtime) data rate.
The WearCam project is also in need of some UROP students to convert everything over to Java or something like that so that the environment maps are interactive (so people can navigate my current sphere of view in real time in a more intuitive way)
WearCam was one of the first cameras (perhaps it was the second camera to appear on the WWW) on the WWW, inspired by the coffee pot camera in the UK, although, presently, there are no other wearable or pencigraphic cameras on the WWW.
See a small gallery of what I've recently looked at
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cameras on the Internet.
However, "wearcam" appears to still be the only
computer with Internet address wirelessly
attached to a person. If you know of others, please let me know:
Prof. Steve Mann,
University of Toronto,
Department of Electrical Engineering, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 3G4,
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