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Following the laboratory's move to its current premises, the camera was eventually switched off, at UTC on 22 August 2001.Coverage of the shutdown included front-page mentions in The Times and The Washington Post, as well as articles in The Guardian and Wired.Researcher Quentin Stafford-Fraser wrote the client software, dubbed XCoffee and employing the X Window System protocol, while his colleague Paul Jardetzky wrote the server program.In 1993, web browsers gained the ability to display images, and it soon became clear that this would be an easier way to make the picture available to users.Scroll further down this webpage to see information on our New Building.We are getting closer to moving, check our Calendar to see when we will be closed and when we will open in this brand new building This was the camera view the morning of 4/28/17 - February 9, 2017 - - Camera View February 1, 2017 - - Looking south from the parking lot - Looking west in the Adult Area, the Computer Lab will be in this area too - Looking east in the Children's area at the recessed wall.Summer 2017 Mount Shark flight:5.00 per person, per flight 5% tax Canmore flight: 0.00 per person, per flight 5% tax Flying gear only: .00 per pound per flight (includes tax)Excess baggage fee: .00 per pound per flight (includes tax) Flights can be booked by calling the Mt Assiniboine Lodge office at 403-678-2883.The camera is still up and you can take a look at the time lapse to see the building go up.
The camera was connected to the Internet and the live stream sent over HTTP in November of the same year, by computer scientists Daniel Gordon and Martyn Johnson.
It therefore became visible worldwide and grew into a popular landmark of the early web.
The Trojan Room coffee pot was a coffee machine located next to the so-called Trojan Room, in the old Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, England, which in 1991 provided the inspiration for the world's first webcam.
To save people working in the building the disappointment of finding the coffee machine empty after making the trip to the room, a camera was set up, providing a live picture of the coffee pot to all desktop computers on the office network.