Software needed to use high-resolution network cameras like webcameras that can be viewed from websites (ours and our clients) should demonstrate ... well, high resolution. But as even 3 MPix is higher than computer screens, some software is needed on the client to simplify image manipulation while preserving full resolution.
Right clicking in the right frame allows saving the full resolution image, it is also possible to add a link to that image so the full image will open in a new window.
New version - does not use frames (could not figure out how to download image once and show in several frames without using extra bandwidth - maybe it is not possible at all). So now - it consists of just DIV layers, no autorefresh yet - only manual (button goes red during image update). Update - in the background, images are replaced when ready. Window size and the border position are saved in cookies.
--Andrey.filippov 12:06, 18 December 2005 (CST)
Zimbatm : I am currently working on a one DIV implementation. I expect to have it finished for the start of next year. The idea is to have only one frame containing the zoomed picture. You can move the inner picture with drag and drop. In a further version, I will add zoom controls and cross-browser compatibility.