NEC Lightcam

This little security cam is made by NEC in Japan. Rather then taking power from being plugged in to a wall, it uses electromagnetic induction from a system developed by Sharpe. To get power, you just need to ensure it’s near a fluorescent light and the light switched on. When the light is switched on a magnetic field surrounds the light and this field is enough for this device to keep powered.

On the technical side of things this camera has a VGA resolution and takes pics every 10 seconds. By using wi-fi, these images are sent to a PC allowing them to be saved, or displayed on screen.

Via: DigitalWorldTokyo

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