This is a python script that takes in the output of the monitor command and uses OpenCV to detect all of the open windows. It then outputs a list of window titles with their respective Camera Monitors.
You can use this scanner to monitor your environment for changes.
monitoro is a camera that can be used to Camera Control Monitors and record your home, office or any other place where you want to keep an eye on things from.
It’s currently in the development stage and has not yet been released onto the market.
The camera is the most important tool in your kit, and it's probably the most expensive. Cameras come in two types: DSLRs (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) and mirrorless cameras.
DLSRs are the classic cameras with a mirror that reflects light from the lens back up to a pentaprism where you can see what you're shooting through an optical viewfinder. These cameras have several advantages over their smaller mirrorless counterparts: they allow for interchangeable lenses, produce high-quality images, and are generally larger than mirrorless ones.
The downside of DLSRs is their cost—they can be anywhere from $500 to $5,000 for a new body alone—and size; they take up more space both in storage bags and on your person while shooting (which may or may not matter depending on what type of photography you do). Mirrorless cameras also boast better autofocus systems than their film-based counterparts but usually lack other features like weather sealing or ruggedness that make them good choices for outdoor photographers with active lifestyles who need something dependable even if it means adding extra weight when getting into remote locations or dangerous situations (think military use).
We hope you’ve enjoyed learning more about the camera. It’s been a pleasure working on this project, and we can’t wait to see what it looks like in the future!