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Controlling a camera with javascript

Posted on 2004-04-03
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I need to use the javascript to get a capture from a camera that is connected to my PC,
So I need like a frame to see my picture through it, and then capture what I see on that frame.

I need some code that I can include to my web page.
 thanks in advance
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That can't be done with Javascript. You would need a Java applet or server side code (ASP.NET).
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To expand on Timbo's statement:
  Javascript, in and of itself, has no 'hooks' for hardware/software.  If you cannot use a server-side language, you might search msdn.microsoft.com for an activeX object -- however, if one exists, it implies the user must agree to its usage.

Vinny
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