The BICEP3 and South Pole Telescope (SPT) installation can be seen on the right and the Martin A.
Pomerantz Observatory (MAPO) building appears on the left.
Both cameras are used to monitor activities around the South Pole Station and to support international scientific efforts.
Due to the extreme cold and darkness during the Antarctic austral winter, both cameras may experience downtime or even be disabled to protect the hardware.
It can be opened on any browser (smartphones included) and contains the following features: IMPORTANT NOTE: This is for the Raspberry Pi camera only. It's been programmed by silvanmelchior as a client for Raspi MJPEG in 2013.Step 1: Install Raspbian on your RPi Step 2: Attach camera to RPi and enable camera support ( Step 3: Update your RPi with the following commands: Occasionally if camera core software updates have been done then a sudo rpi-update may be used to benefit from these before they become available as standard.Step 4: For Jessie Lite run sudo apt-get install git Clone the code from github and enable and run the install script with the following commands: Older versions needed the scripts to be made executable with chmod u x *If you get permission denied while trying to run the install scripts then try that step 5 separate scripts are provided to do separate installation and maintenance functions.Streaming live video is the future of the internet, and it is simpler than ever to get on board.Choosing how many cameras you would like to use in your broadcast is important to how the overall setup of your broadcast will be.