Welcome to The Arizona WebCamThis site is run by the IT Lab personnel from the UArizona Department of Computer Science
This view of the Santa Catalina Mountains looks north across the University of Arizona campus from the Computer Science offices in the Gould-Simpson building.
A new image is generated
every 30 seconds for wide angle and every 60 seconds
for the cropped view.
The Recent Images page displays the top of the hour images
for the past week. Video Main displays daily time-lapse movies from the
past 30 days.
Notes: The black object in the top right of the wide angle is a pillar of the building, at this current time we cannot move it out of frame. The camera is located in an office space and there is very limited space to move without capturing these pillars.
The "Old Style View" is a re-creation of the old Stardot Netcam that was used on this site since 2006. We created some software that uses the new wide angle camera output and transforms, crops, and modifies the image to recreate the old 50° Zoomed and cropped images the Stardot camera would produce. We are looking into possibly adding another camera that can use the old lense the Stardot camera used, but that will take time as we do this project in our free time with all donated/recycled equipment.
Location of where our cameras get their view.
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