If you have an older Android phone in the drawer, it’s time to take it out and turn it into a decent wireless camera. Doing this is much easier than you imagine through an IP Webcam, which takes over the flow of your webcam to your computer or mobile phone.
What you need to do first is to install the IP Webcam on your device.
The app has many choices that you can hurt by changing the settings for video recording and connecting the app to the viewer (browser, vlc or whatever you choose). One of the basic settings you need to set before you get started is the feed password for Feed, so make sure you do not have access to your camera.
Once you’ve finished with the settings, you select Start Server, and the screen shows the camera image from your device and an address to view it.
Open a browser from a PC connected to the same wireless network, and enter the address that appears on your mobile screen (for example, 192.168.1.2:8080). The page that opens will prompt you for the code you put in the settings before displaying the image from your camera.
If you want, you can also use Tinycam to view your mobile stream. The only negative thing about the app is that it is not possible to transfer the image over the internet, which means you can use it only if the camera and projector are on the same wireless network.