NGC 2403 was first discovered by the 18th century astronomer William Herschel, who was working in England at the time.
A few years back, a site that made extremely dubious white-hat claims about pointing out the dangers of not changing default passwords on IP cameras was corralling live streams, allowing strangers to spy on the feeds coming from baby monitors and security webcams in bedrooms, offices, shops, restaurants, bars, swimming pools and gymnasiums.
Call for participation: The programme will follow four themes corresponding to the themes of the four episodes of Berger’s Ways of Seeing documentary series.
The image-machines of today - the phone camera, the Go Pro, VR, 4K cameras, drones, the 3rd person video-game, Instagram, domestic and distributed image factories - inform our ways of looking at images of the past.
When Ars Technica contacted the ICO, it declined to name whatever sites it’s spotted offering these live streams.
But a spokeswoman told Ars that as it is, you don’t need an intermediary website to spy on people, given that you can directly connect to them.
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Even the most secure device can be subject to unauthorised access if the username and password was set to, or left as, admin.
Pictures reveal the country’s most intelligent students drunkenly getting piggy backs and even getting naked for a dip in a river following an all-night party at the 151st Trinity Ball, for which tickets are a steep £500 a couple.Guests enjoyed a five-course meal, which included oysters, a hog roast and a chocolate fountain and drinks were even served from a floating punt on the river.The party-goers were treated to entertainment from comedians, as well as a casino and jazz tent before they sat in punts to watch the fireworks light up the skies at midnight.Can Berger's assertion that "every image embodies a way of seeing", be brought into fruitful dialogue with the concerns of researchers exploring contemporary technologies of vision, in a world where the theorisation of vision as a series of information-processing tasks profoundly affects the creation, reception and circulation of all kinds of images?Does this require a perspective going beyond robots which "see” in order to work in a factory, through self-driving cars, recognition and response to embodied human experience, to understanding the cultural meaning of images that have been selected algorithmically, and the question of how the reciprocal nature of vision is affected by the intercession of new kinds of filters between viewer and viewed?The constellation was introduced in 1612 (or 1613) by Petrus Plancius.