HepCam Crack + Free For PC

HepCam Crack Mac is a FREE browser gadget that displays live cams from nuclear physics experiments.
The HepCam Widget displays cams from large national laboratories round the world inculuding CERN (France & Switzerland) and BNL (Long Island, USA).
You can see the experiment site for High Energy Elementary Particle Physics.
I will be happy if you can tell me more webcams on High Energy Physics or Nuclear Physics experiments like accelerators and detectors.
In the v0.2 update I include another experiment, PHENIX, at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
v0.3 updates CMS webcams, 3 were added

HepCam’s features

Webcams by country.

Webcams that are listed in website:





Sites by country.

Sites that are listed in website:




Sites without webcams.

Sites without webcams.

There is also support for the following:
■ Request webcams from webmasters
■ A widget with the “BR” logo, the “LO” logo and the text “It’s Live! – in BNL.”
– You can see it in the fields “Media” & “User name”
■ Show experiment name in the web address line.
■ Show the login name of the experiment operator in the web address line.
■ Retrieve a weather report from the NIST webcams.
■ Included a test: RSS Feed function with feed: ‘YAHOO!NEWS_TEST’.
■ Included a test for “search:title” and “search:excerpt”
■ Some bugs fixed in the v0.3
■ Users can change the number of webcams shown on the widget page and the size of the window.
■ The plot area can be defined by the percent of the screen to show.
■ The widget now can be used on the site “”
■ Added “recorder” button in the widget page and the control panel for an Audio Recorder to record an MPEG4 video.
■ Added the text “duration” to the HTML page for each webcam page.

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HepCam brings high energy physics experiments
into the browser with cams from major
institutes around the world.
■ Search, select and list all the available webcam
■ Mark some cam to be visited
■ List the available Cams
■ Show live stream from cams
■ Show the camera’s geographic location
■ Other minor improvements

v0.2 includes
CERN experiment LHCb data base
Mizar Brauer et al at ICHEP04
Kieler Sommer et al at ICHEP04
Brookhaven National Lab PHENIX experiment
v0.3 already has two cam added.
CERN LHCb Experiment
in addition to CERN CN1 experiment
Kieler Sommer et al at ICHEP04
PHENIX at Brookhaven National Lab
Deleting Cams
Mark cams for deletion. If you have to change that cam setting it means that cam is not interesting.
Advanced Search
Filter cams by flag,and by username.

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The HepCam is a widget for accessing and watching webcams on live CERN experiments.
Information about the CERN and the instruments can be found at:
The CERN picture cams are split into 8 groups. By clicking on the “+” sign you can see what is in the 1st group, the next click will give you the 2nd group and so on.
For each webcam click you can see:
i) Name
ii) Picture, click for a larger version
iii) URL for downloading the picture or the zip archive including the images
iv) Run by: Who is responsible for this webcam.
v) Time of the last update
vi) Status and attributes of the webcam (security, etc.)
The controls included are:
i) Zoom
ii) Picture center
iii) Go to a specific webcam by pressing the buttons
iv) Pause/Resume of the recording
v) Stop recording from a specific webcam
vi) Get realtime update from that webcam
Also included are the HTTP GET controls. However you should use GET controls, so you don’t go thru the full widget when you click on the remote links.
Also note that the widgets were designed to be as compact and as simple as possible.
Some of the operations may take a while, so be patient.
Widgets have always been one of my favorite places in the Internet. But the Hepcam widget is not only a cool way to discover CERN webcams, but I’ve also made widgets to follow blogs, Yahoo news, scientific journals (e.g. Nature and Science news) and others.
I’ve recently started adding webcams at several CERN experiments.
You can view the info about those experiments at:
All of the webcams for CERN and a few others experiments are here.
Last updated: Thursday, August 29th 2011, around 2 hours after I posted this page.
Yes, it is possible, but you need to know what you are doing. If you need help or want me to help you, then just write to me (lucapost@gmail.com) and I will be happy to help you.
If you find any bugs, please write to me with information about how you got the bug, how to reproduce it

What’s New in the HepCam?

What is it?
HepCam is a widget for viewing webcams from physics experiments around the world.
You can choose to go to specific, larger videos or specific links to specific webcams.
There are two ways to look at the webcams:
1) Single camera view, the camera will pan across the webcam view.
2) Latest camera view, the camera will zoom to the top of the video.
The required libraries should be included in your page. Here is the list of required libraries:
■ JavaScript
■ External Stylesheet
■ Yahoo! Widget Engine
■ JS Plugins: JSON, JSONP
How to install
Download the zip file. Unzip it and upload it to your web server.
More info:

Copyright (c) 2009 M.Wolfson. HepCam is free to use with any website. Redistribution is not allowed.

Fermilab Webcaster v0.1 –
This demonstration was created with an CERN layout.
Fermilab is an international laboratory for particle physics located in Chicago, IL. Founded in 1949, Fermilab is currently the only national accelerator laboratory sponsored by the US Department of Energy and the United States government. The name is an acronym for the far-infrared muonic accelerator laboratory. For updates, visit:
The Fermilab webcaster demonstrates how to make a public webcast from a CERN layout.
It is commonly used to announce the time of a lecture or seminar held at a physics conference in Chicago, IL.
Copyright (c) 2009 S.N.Forse. All rights reserved.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”); you may
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

System Requirements:

Supported OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or better (2GHz Recommended)
Intel Core 2 Duo or better (2GHz Recommended) Memory: 2GB RAM
2GB RAM Video: Intel HD Graphics 4000
Intel HD Graphics 4000 DirectX: Version 11
Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection
Broadband Internet connection Hard Drive: 8GB free space
8GB free space Additional Notes: