IPVMU Certified | 02/28/14 03:09pm
*take a picture of it WITH A REAL CAMERA and post it on this thread.
Could also be a good project for Arts and Crafts Day at Greater Heights Academy.
Can I weatherize it by using wax paper, or is that cheating?
They tried to make an HDcctv version of this, but they couldn't get the safety scissors to cut properly...
Avigilon tried to make a version of this, but their engineers keep accidentally making beautiful and elegent paper swans...
Samsung's paper cameras work just as well and cost half as much, and are easier to assemble, but John made fun of them for not knowing the exact chemical composition of the paper, and they ran away crying...
I'm okay with this, but Dunder Mifflin better respect the channel and not sell reams of paper direct to end users. Not like those jerks from Staples.com...
Ari Erenthal, everybody. He'll be here all week. Tip your servers.
IPVMU Certified | 02/28/14 03:52pm
Sure these look good on paper but in the real world...
For once the warranty is worth the paper its printed on.
This company needs to make a move into smoke detectors pronto, sure you might "think its fake" but what arsonist is gonna take the chance?
The paper camera is almost as great a deterrent to shoplifting as the paper cop:
Ok, y'all, that gave me an idea! How 'bout makin one them pop-up books with a foldout for cameras from each manufacturer, to scale? From ACTi to Toshiba? Does a 2014 IPVM Camera pop-up tickle your fancy, J.H.?
Prospects would love 'em. Or maybe a history of cctv book, "in the begininng there was the Wire..."
I think I see a shootout coming......
I can't believe I scanned this whole thread...shaking my head.
Personally, I think the idea of a paper camera fooling anyone (the real reason people would be inclined to use 'real' fake cameras) is absurd.
But the comment section was one of the funniest ever! I'm pissed that I was working all day and missed it.
Stupid work. :(