always wanted to get into Alison's pants. Now you can do
it from the convenience of your own room, through a novel web
interface! Thanks to wireless technology, you can now see
what's going on in Alison's pants 24 hours a day, 365 days a
of the Alison PantsCam is a PC/104
compliant single board computer (SBC). Manufactured by Tri-M
Systems, the computer is a low-power 486DX5-133 CPU,
complete with a C&T 65550 LCD controller, 4 TTL digital
inputs, and a dual card PCMCIA module. Together with its
rechargeable 12-volt power supply, the unit weighs less than 800
module on the PC/104 stack contains two cards, a Nogatech
Capture Vision™ video capture card and a WaveLAN Silver™
wireless ethernet card from Lucent
Technologies. The WaveLAN card takes advantage of
Carnegie Mellon University's Wireless
Andrew initiative to provide the PantsCam system a wireless
connection to the internet at a speed of two megabits per
second. The video capture card is connected to small
battery-powered CCD camera.
system is running the Windows NT operating system and the
Apache/1.3.14 web server, along with a custom server application
written in C that uses the Microsoft Video for Windows (VFW) API
to grab images from the frame buffer, write them to disk as JPEG
files at 160x120 resolution, and upload them to monzy.com
every five seconds.
assembly is strapped to Alison's belt and the camera is inserted
in her pants, providing the entire world a constant live video
feed of her underwear. A client-side Java applet
automatically refreshes the images of Alison's pants and
provides a simple chat interface for site visitors to discuss
recent PantsCam developments.
a look at the Alison PantsCam!