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Samsung Galaxy Camera – Wide Angle

The Samsung Galaxy Camera is not only a very SMART camera, but it also has a nice wide lens. While we were using the Galaxy camera to develop our new wireless solar webcam we ran across a nice surprise… it has a really wide lens. The camera geeks refer to this as focal length. Basically the smaller the focal length, the wider the field of view. The human eye has a focal length of about a 50mm lens. The really ultra wide fish eye lenses have a focal length of around 15mm. Below we’ve put this into something you can understand. In the background is the Samsung camera image (23mm focal length) and in the overlay “Yellow Box” is your typical iPhone 4s image (30mm focal length). It’s pretty dramatic and a nice addition to our webcams. Keep your eyes on Samsung, they’re doing some incredible things with their Android operating system and camera technology.

Samsung vs iPhone


Solar Wireless Webcam

JSV Webcam - 000Wireless solar powered webcams have always been the holy grail of monitoring construction sites in real time. This solution has traditionally come with a steep price tag. JobSiteVisitor has set out to change the market with an affordable solar powered wireless webcam that comes pre-programmed ready for install. We think wireless webcams should be simple, easy, and affordable. Our wireless solar camera gives you both freedom and flexibility. It’s easy to move and relocate to new locations around your job site as needed and because you own all the hardware it can move with you from job to job. For Pricing info visit:

Webcam Pricing

How it works:  We’ll send you the camera fully integrated into your JobSiteVisitor project, all you have to do is take it out of the box, mount it in the sun, point it at your target, and then live photos will start streaming in every 10 minutes. The kit comes with pole straps and other mounting hardware making it easy to install in almost any location.

JobSiteVisitor Webcam Viewer:

Images are automatically updated and can be viewed through the “Webcams” tab. We also process one image each day into the time-lapse viewer making it easy to track daily progress.

Webcam - JSV - Viewer


San Diego City College Time Lapse

Over the past 10 months we’ve had a webcam running on Rudolph & Sletten project down in San Diego called the City College Science Building. The project finished one of it’s last major concrete pours last week and we created a short video showing the work over the past few months. The following time lapse takes one shot each day sped up over 30seconds. The Time Lapse Frame Rate ended up being 2 frames per second.

We’ve been very impressed with quality of the image and reliability of the webcam. Here’s a link to more information about our JobSiteVisitor Webcam Offering.

Colorado Companies

While at the CONEXPO in Las Vegas, we had the opportunity to meet some interesting Colorado tech companies in construction.  Here’s a short video we made on some of the companies.  Thank you for being part of this short video and we look forward to staying in touch with everyone!  You can stay up to date with our videos on our YouTube Channel and check out a list of the CONEXPO exhibitors here.

Short Scenes from the CONEXPO

We are at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG. all this week, come visit us at booth #31720 to learn more about  The responses have been wonderful and it’s been a great time meeting people from all over the globe, including Japan, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and more!  We’ve been making a few videos along the way, so stay tuned for more…

Below are short scenes from the CONEXPO in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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