Real living cam

You can still look into the daily life of people around the world by keeping up with the new technologies and apps that are available.If you like to watch, you'll have to stay current.You'll be redirected after four minutes to save on bandwidth. More » You can turn on lights, play with a sign and get visual feedback of this room in Denison, Texas. You can watch happy (or simply drunk) couples tie the knot at Elvis-themed weddings, complete with the King himself making an appearance.

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From penguins in Antartica to bald eagles in Washington, D.

C., there are lots to pick from, so if one nest is empty, try another.

Some living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and sometimes bathrooms are used.

Other locations should be work offices, shops and also inside cars, but you can see other strange places where people share his life searching in that webcam compilation.

Though it may not be nesting season in one part of the world, it might be in another. But this one is a talented talking African Grey parrot in his home in Missouri.

Tune in and listen to this loquacious psittacine chat away or sing "Lollipop" while playing with toys, eating rice cakes, and more. Popular pet cams, for example, have ended when the pet stars went on to the Rainbow Bridge. Meanwhile, apps such as Periscope make it easier to stream live web shows with your mobile phone camera and watch them with the app wherever you are.

More » If you like watching birds nesting, this site should make you very happy.

Here you can find cams set up to view a whole array of nesting bird species from around the world.

You have a map of their apartment to be able to choose what views you want.

Be as much of a voyeur as you wish—as much as they let you see (and you can see a lot).

More » See a peaceful garden in a south Florida home, complete with a Buddha statue. More » It's home away from home for several astronauts. When they aren't, you will see the view of Earth.

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