Internet Eyes: Video Surveillance as Video Game

Internet Eyes: Video Surveillance as Video Game
technology

Internet Eyes is an online service that opens up access to closed-circuit cameras to the public, awarding cash prizes up to £1,000 each month to the users who catch the most crooks.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 5 october 2009

Maybe Big Brother does exist, but instead of some omnipresent government construct, he’s alive in everyone of us. Or so, Tony Morgan, creator of Internet Eyes seems to think. The online service, set to go live in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire in the UK next month, opens up access to closed-circuit cameras placed in shops, restaurants and on streets to the public, awarding cash prizes up to £1,000 each month to the users who catch the most crooks.

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