Although still somewhat popular, webcams have become practically obsolete these days with the use of phones, laptops and monitor with built-in cameras. They still serve a purpose, but selfie cameras on phones probably get a lot more of our attention now. At one point, though, webcams were the pinnacle of computer imaging tech for many consumers.
In 1994, San Francisco State University students Jeff Schwartz and Dan Wong set up the FogCam. A webcam that has run in various parts of the campus for the last 25 years, but now it’s shutting down.