Re: CU-SeeMe over SLIP Dial-up: Observations

Chuck Elliot (C.Elliot@SHEFFIELD-HALLAM.AC.UK)
Fri, 13 Jan 1995 05:03:08 -0500

I thought this might raise some eyebrows but I can assure you it is true -
o.k., most of the window was not updating or even being displayed but
it was a night shot anyway. However, I could see the lights of the cars
moving along the road (somewhat jerkily).

>>...BTW, I only have a 2400 modem but I could still get some video
>>motion at about 1fps and 1kbps :-) Not what you'd call usable...
>This may go into the record books. I can't believe you got anything at
>all; what CU-SeeMe can do never seems to amaze me. Has anyone tried with a
>1200 or 300 baud modem? Can we get a Newton/Marco version of CU-SeeMe?
>In other (but strangely related) news: I'm working on getting a pair of 100
>kbps radio-modems in house so that I can broadcast to y'all from the cafe
>where I hack. Stay tuned for more news.
>Michael Sattler <> San Francisco, California |
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Chuck Elliot
Sheffield Hallam University UK
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