If 0,000 is raised, the company promises to also add image stabilization.
Early-bird pledging tiers have closed, but currently, a Shonin Wi-Fi camera is promised with a pledge of 9, with the Wi-Fi and cellular version going for 9.
Local 24-hour eatery Orphan Andy’s is also a Castro Street Cam partner.
Two cameras installed above Cliff’s Variety capture the intersection of 18th and Castro streets as well as Castro Street looking north; additional cameras are being installed this week at Orphan Andy’s which will broadcast live happenings at Jane Warner Plaza and Harvey Milk Plaza. Betty Sullivan had the idea for a Castro Cam over a decade ago, she told Hoodline.
The camera is also IP67 waterproof, is GPS enabled, and has a single charge that delivers 2.5 hours of battery life, which can be doubled with an additional magnetic battery.
The team behind Shonin says the camera is designed to capture “your side of the story,” citing possible uses like documenting road rage, abuses of power, events and protests, threats, and assault.
The Astoria-Megler Bridge Cam looks south from the Washington entrance to the bridge, nestled between the Lewis & Clark Expedition’s Station Camp and Dismal Nitch.
Thanks to the Washington Department of Transportation for allowing us to showcase the Bridge Cam on this site.
The cameras were presented by Cliff’s Variety, but are owned and operated by San Francisco Bay Times.Sullivan moved to San Francisco from the deep south, where she says she’d felt isolated and alone. Sullivan would watch television to see if anything regarding the LGBT community was being captured by national news.“That’s how I knew there was a community here,” Sullivan said. That’s how I knew I wasn’t crazy.” Tomorrow’s launch event, hosted by Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza, will be from 6-8pm, and the installation will only be on for a few weeks.The Astoria-Megler Bridge Cam is a live web cam which updates its images every 5 minutes.This camera is perched atop the Astoria-Megler Bridge, facing the Washington shoreline just a stone’s throw from Station Camp of the end of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.