Moose ..... the excitement of discovery. :D
There you have it Moose, not so much genius as just trial and error.
Well look at that! Right clicking gives me a "Copy Image Address" that I can paste. it has some extraneous crap at the end that I have to delete (http://axis2.triumf.ca/axis-cgi/mjpg/video.mjpg), but works. You be genius.
Moose, depending on which browser you use, if you right-click on the camera image above (or space where the image should be) and select 'View Image' it will show you the direct camera feed and URL in the address bar.
Nice find Rain Shadow! It still amazes me that you folks make it look so easy.
The direct link has live views http://axis2.triumf.ca/view/view.shtml but still no obvious activity. Perhaps everyone is on summer break now.
Obviously top secret.
OK. No live feed, no change whatever on animation of last snapshots, no comments and one star from two votes. I wonder what the point of this cam is? You would think that "Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics and accelerator-based science" would have something fascinating going on.
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