TrueLook’s Interactive Webcam Returns for the DIY Network’s 2014 Blog Cabin

TrueLook has once again been chosen to provide a live webcam during 2014’s Blog Cabin - DIY Network's interactive home-building television series. The camera is currently live for public viewing.

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Webcam Image From The 2013 Blog Cabin

Webcam Image From The 2013 Blog Cabin

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) January 28, 2014

TrueLook has once again been chosen to provide a live webcam during 2014’s Blog Cabin - DIY Network's interactive home-building television series. The webcam is currently live on DIYNetwork.com and allows web visitors to see live updates from the home renovation underway in Winter Haven, Florida.

For 2014, Blog Cabin will transform a 1920’s lakeside home into a luxury vacation retreat. Chris Grundy will return to host the television series along with a team of DIY Network’s expert hosts. Viewers and fans will vote to decide the design elements for the renovation, making the project a uniquely interactive experience. Voting has opened to the public at DIYNetwork.com/BlogCabin.

The TrueLook webcam lets web visitors view live images from the jobsite and experience the transformation in real time. The renovations are beginning this January, and can be followed through the project blog and live webcam. The Blog Cabin television series premiers in July 2014 on DIY Network, and will showcase the entire project from start to finish.

TrueLook’s webcam allows any number of simultaneous users to view and control the camera. Viewers can aim and zoom the camera, save and share images, view photo albums, and more. All user interactions occur intelligently and immediately without forcing users into a queue. Users may view the live Blog Cabin webcam by visiting DIY Network’s companion website at http://www.diynetwork.com/blog-cabin-webcam/package/.

About TrueLook

TrueLook is the world's premier professional webcam system, specializing in construction cameras as well as hospitality, retail, sporting, expositions and live event webcams. TrueLook’s cloud-based software delivers powerful webcam interactivity and viewing controls to unlimited simultaneous users. Over the past 18 years, TrueLook has deployed webcams on every continent – including the NASA camera on the South Pole. This global network of IP-based cameras has captured over 2 billion media clips, delivering them to over 100 million users with a 99.99% service up-time. TrueLook has also been a pioneer in IP camera technology, having built the world's first pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) network camera. TrueLook is a portfolio company of SilkRoad Equity (http://www.silkroadequity.com), a global private investment firm co-founded by Andrew “Flip” Filipowski and Matthew Roszak. For more information, please visit: http://www.truelook.com.


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