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The IndyCam was a small fixed-focus camera intended to sit on top of the monitor of SGI systems. SGI originally distributed it with the Indy workstation. It can also connect to the Indigo2 video option.
It was designed for video conferencing, and thus optimized for the office landscape of bright, fluorescent lighting.
The IndyCam was superseded by the Moosecam, or 02cam.
The IndyCam continued to be used among a small group of SGI hobbyists.
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