1. LIVE BUBBLES
One of the more technically amazing cams is the Garden Bubble WebCam. This site requires viewer to enable his Java plug-in (it took for us three browsers and some trifling to make this part of job) and then you need to push the "Bubbles" button and only wait about half of a minute...then you are will be treated to a real time blast of amazing bubbles on the back patio of a home in South Florida! It is really works! The site is also supporting chat online mode.
The technical explanation is marvellous (the bubble spray holding about 7 gallons of bubble mixture!), and FAQ is also worth a check. Statistics fellows could enjoy the insanely detailed statistics page. Because viewer is watching a real time bubble machine, which may witness others starting the bubbles as well! By the way, note that this cam does not looks like much at late night, as its outdoors and there is not light on the bubble garden.
2. PITCH DRIPPING INTO A MUG
As Randomchat, which provides free chat no registration portals pointed out, this is a really spectacularly boring live cam: if we are lucky, a drop will fall in the next year. After all, we will get another ten or twelve years before the next drop will fall.
3. LIFE UNDER MICROSCOPE
This cam broadcast some life forms in the water that zoomed through the microscope. This website appears to be presumably an advertisement for microscopes models, but hey: check out those tiny guys!
4. STATUE OF LIBERTY
LibertyCam is pretty impressive stream - it has controls that allow user to zoom in on the statue, or take in a wide view. As we watched, three boats and three planes speed by, only past the sunset. Watch out the "Hall of Fame" pictures under the webcam for some amazing screen grabs.
5. NIAGARA FALLS
The Niagara Falls Webcam uses exactly the same technology as the foregoing Statue of Liberty Webcam, allowing viewer to zoom in. It periodically pans around to show some views of the area. We did not spot any person going over in a barrel, though.
6. THE NORTHERN LIGHTS
The CSA (Canadian Space Agency) provides the AuroraMAX cam, a view of the Canadian Northern Lights. Because this illumination is only seen at night, and it isn’t always that spectacular, this is kind of an "event cam." Follow this camera on Twitter for advices about best look occasions, and a gallery of videos that shows some examples of views.