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Flemming Funch, who created the basic format of the site in a single weekend, followed a whim of listing and displaying feeds from webcams through automated searches, finding cameras that, as he says, were perhaps not meant to be public.
A young man in a gray beanie gets digitally fingerprinted by a Boston cop.
* * * Then again, some people could care less whether they’re on camera or not.
As we start living more of our lives online, do our “real” lives become less compelling to watch?
In the near-decade that Opentopia has been active, only a handful of owners have asked to have their camera removed, and Funch has obliged.
In fact, Funch says more often people want to be added to the site.
But she welcomes the idea of cameras in her home and Funch thinks having a normal person on camera creates a positive space for connection.
A Buffalo native, manager Chip Greenwood — whose father Al, the Wing King of Florida, started the business in 1982 — says the upscale dive has had publicly streaming cameras for about fifteen years.
A Japanese school marching band practices its routine, forming straight lines that break and twist into different formations, then packs up and empties the gymnasium.
A scroll through the site Opentopia offers hundreds of such views from publicly available cameras streaming online — more than 820 in the U. alone — silently gazing over public parks, into waiting rooms, on front porches.
Unlike sites that thrive on user-contributed content or taste-tailored recommendations, Opentopia operates on Web 1.0 principles: The site aggregates streaming webcams in a single place, presented without comment.
Trending cameras pop up on the homepage and recent keywords are listed on the search tab, but other than that, the site is open for unguided exploration. Opentopia’s algorithms automatically aggregate all its cameras from publicly available live video streaming feeds, although the webcam owners may not know their feeds are included.
The reality is that so much of what we do, especially when viewed through the stationary lens of a webcam, is mundane.