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“They love that Internet bench,” Funch says, comparing it to people in the same room watching television, conversation naturally springing from their shared entertainment.
“They would hang out in the chat room on the Internet bench as if they were there and just chat with each other.” Some of the feeds on Opentopia are the usual cutesy Internet suspects, like the camera in the cat room of DOGSASPEN, an animal shelter in Colorado, which offers a kind of scavenger hunt to find the sly creatures.
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.
The cameras range from capturing the banal to the bizarre.
After the initial burst of interest, traffic has settled down to around 5,000 visits to the site per day.“Anybody with a heart can watch that and feel good about it,” Funch says.Sachson says the cameras were so successful that now he has to time out the viewers — after four or five minutes of inactivity on the page, the feed stops streaming.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.