Welcome to RaviCam (Almost) Live!

He was once a 98 pound weakling who got sand kicked in his face.  Now, he's overweight, stays off the beach, sleeps all day and codes all night.  See the geek up close and personal -- on RaviCam Live!

Due to an unfortunate incident at the local SuperCuts (home of the $8.95 haircut), Ravi will be sporting the Dilbert look until his hair grows back.  Any gray you see is purely a pigment of your imagination.

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Want to set up your own webcam?

It's easy!  Here's what you need:
  • A digital camera that can be controlled by your PC (I use the Intel PC Camera - read my review at Epinions).  You can also use a video camera and a frame grabber, but that's more expensive.

  • A web site with FTP access.  I rent space at Web66 and recommend them highly.  You can get a personal web site for less than $11 per month.  If you want your own domain name (like www.RaviB.com), you'll first need to register a domain with the Internic.

  • A program to capture and upload images at regular intervals.  I use Bill Oatman's SpyCam.  It's a great piece of shareware, well worth the $15 registration fee the author requests.  If you end up using it, please register!

Most of the drivel at this site is copyright Ravi Bhavnani.
Questions or comments?  Send mail to ravib@ravib.com