The second paragraph, labeled “Hours of the Day” is listing the 24-hours of the current day for “Camera 6.” Here, you’ll notice that the times are printed in UTC (a.k.a. Greenwich Mean Time). You can also notice that the list of hours shows a nice progression from night to day and back to night.
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Web-app on it using HTML5. The best way to get started is to look at the source of the demo page and then look at the source of our Web-app. Then copy the demo page and start hacking!
. That page describes some of the nitty-gritty details and we work pretty hard to keep it up to date.
Have fun with our images! Think about using a Sensr.net image any time you need to display some dates or times. It’s likely that Sensr.net has a corresponding image for any timestamp you’ve got. We can help liven up calendars with imagery from stationary cameras around the world. Mash it up!