“Hollywood Web Gear” is the common name for two new USB gadgets released by I Want To On Those – one webcam that looks like a Hollywood video camera, and a omputer light styled as a Hollywood spotlight.
This USB web camera features a built-in microphone and it can be tilted 180 degrees and rotated 270 degrees – as a bonus, it doubles as a T-Flash/Micro SD card reader.
If you don’t want to go for those combo cams that features fans, lamps and all kinds of stuff, here’s a small model that only does what a web camera is supposed to do.
This small 3-in-1 digital camera is small enough to hang on a keyring and you can use it for taking pictures, shooting video or as a webcam when chatting with your friends.
Remember those cool Tie Fighter Speakers from last year? Soon you will be able to match them up with a web camera shaped like the Twin Ion Engine Star Wars craft.
Remember that fun Japanese USB Mirror Webcam from Thanko that we wrote about last year? The product, which previously was hard to get outside of Japan, is now available with worldwide shipping from the USB Brando website.
This 4-in-1 USB 2.0 webcam features – apart from the web camera functionality – a fan for hot summer days, a microphone and a LED light.
For those of you who enjoyed the Travel Butterfly Computer Mouse, here’s a fun USB 2.0 compliant webcam that might be right up your alley.
You might remember this Web Camera with Interactive Games from earlier this year. Aneo, the company behind the product, has now released a new version of this computer accessory.
123smile, a member of the Etsy online marketplace, has used a 2×2 plastic Duplo building brick to create this playful USB 2.0 compliant webcam.
This silver-colored, ball-shaped USB 2.0 web camera is rotatable 360 degrees and features both a built-in microphone and a speaker.
When Jason Chen over at Gizmodo wrote about the Mr. Burns webcam, he added: “is nice, but it’s no Futurama”. Reader Matt saw it and came up with a cool looking Bender webcam.
Remember that cool looking retro style webcam from last year. Now you can get the same type of web camera, but with a brushed metal design.
HP has announced their new cool looking Elite webcam, featuring a 3-megapixel sensor with autofocus and lots of other goodies.
The Chinese company Rodintech is aiming for the sports fans by releasing its MPC-095, a webcam shaped like a guy holding a ball. You can choose between a football (both American and European), a basketball, and a baseball.
This USB 2.0 compatible webcam from GizFever.com comes with a suction cup for easy mounting. I’m not sure the screen solution, as suggested in the above photo, is the best of options though.
The manufacturers of weird USB webcams are now trying to satisfy the sports fans out there by launching a web camera shaped like a basketball.
This Simpsons inspired webcam comes in the shape of Charles Montgomery Burns himself, the owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.
The ANEO GX-10 is a new palyful web camera that comes with three interactive PC video games: Kungfu, Super Knight, and Funny Stair.
Some of the weirdest webcams from last year included a foot, a mirror, santa and a dinosaur. Let’s start 2008 off with one that looks like a bird.