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Discussion in 'Apple Watch Apps' started by Actors, Sep 8, 2015.
Any idea??? Foscam, Wascam... ip Cameras....
For Apple Watch... obviously.
Depends -- have the camera makers written apps yet?
They showed off something similar at the AW event this Spring (or was it last year's event?).
No, i use a generic app in my iPhone...
WatchOS 1 doesn't really support video, although you can do some tricks with snapshots or animated gif.
That demo in the first watch release presentation was a security company, showing a garage camera, if I recall. That was a mockup, and not actually possible quite the way it was presented at the watch announcement. (More of a 'one day in the future we'd like to do this' presentation, by the Alarm.com/ADT guys, I think.)
I'm using this app on my watch to view cameras with very good results.
eKeypad Video by eKeypad Mobile Solutions LLC
Looks slick. How does the watch display look? What kind of update rate is it giving you for display? Looks like a good setup, although a little pricey at $9.99 US.
Look out for OWLR (http://www.owlr.com/) which will hopefully soon support Apple Watch
Drip for Dropcam by Robert Hesse
Thanks my friend... but only for DROPCAM... i use Foscam, Generic and Ubiquiti.
Watch display looks good. The update rate can be set for anywhere from 1 second to 60 seconds. But my device only sends updates every three seconds so to see any movement takes 3 second intervals. Might be better with different cameras. Here's a screen shot of mine.
I installed this. It works. Pretty cool.