When you can’t monitor your home yourself, why not rely on the millions of people surfing through YouTube videos each day? All you need is the Astak Mole, which is a webcam that doubles as a home surveillance device.
The Astak Mole will record whatever goes on in your home and then automatically sends the footage to YouTube, so you can view it wherever you happen to be, as long as you have access to the Internet, and share it with others if you want. You can control the Astak Mole as well, making it zoom in, tilt, or pan. Both Twitter- and iPhone-ready, the Astak Mole also features—for an additional fee—motion detection, night vision, two-way audio, and a DVR.
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