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Re: National Geographic Web Cam
In order to get the camera to move (after you have set your magnification -
if you wish to change it) - you click on an area of the picture that you
wish to make the center of the new picture. For instance, to view the claws
and ribs, click on the right side of the picture near the edge [ACTUALLY ON
THE PICTURE!!!]. You will get a message (if your browser is set up to
protect you) saying that the infomation that you are sending out may be
private and will be open to viewing by nearly anyone. The new picture will
appear fairly rapidly.
I have had occasional problems using the webcam - it says it's
From: Haist, Brandon <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, November 24, 1998 3:06 AM
Subject: National Geographic Web Cam
>Allan Edels wrote:
>> As an aside, the National Geographic website
>>(http://www.nationalgeographic.com/explorer/index.html) is great! (You
>>to go to the "Dinosaurs of the Sahara", and then click on WebCam.) Note
>>that the exhibit seems to be heading out on the road after 11/29/1998
>>(12/10/1998 it opens at the Chicago Children's Museum). I wonder if
>>have webcam access there. You can magnify to 12 times - close enough to
>>examine muscle scars (I think), and you can point to nearly every part of
>>the skeleton. You can also point to a life-model of the animal, and a
>>full-size cut-away model of the claw. Hurry, Hurry, Hurry!!!
>I went to this website, but all I could get is the skull/model/claw views.
>The sign said to move the pictue right or left, but I could not find how.
>don't know if I am just not seeing it, or if some buttons are not loading.
>What is the secret???