If you’re already a Mac-user, chances are you already have a built-in iSight camera to do all the web-cam legwork for you. But, if the “cool factor” of having a built-in webcam on your MacBook Pro’s display bezel has started to wear, there’s good news. Mac/iPhone developer Ecamm has released a sneak-peak of their new iPhoneCam application for the, well, iPhone.
The application leverages your iPhone’s camera to stream video, via WiFi, to your Mac machine. The video stream can be used in iChat, Skype, PhotoBooth, basically any Mac video application.
Now, unless you have incredible muscle tone or a handy-dandy iPhone-stand, we envision some serious deltoid-cramping in store for anyone trying to use iPhoneCam for an extended video chat session. Still, we gotta give kudos to Ecamm for this super-cool app. Now, let’s get video recording on the iPhone, shall we?
Check out a video of the iPhoneCam demo here.