A DIY viewpoint applied to doors for dynamic surveillance of the direct exterior and the security of the interior while occupied in insecure rooms (e.g., hotels).
This impromptu security measure is intended to give the occupant of a small indoor space a live video feed of what’s going on just outside the room. Without looking directly into a peephole or opening the door.
Additionally for the purpose of automatically (motion trigger, time lapse) or manually (on demand) recording activity, remotely or while in the room. Furthermore as a proximity alarm, an alert system to notify the occupant of both intruders and visitors.
Lastly, the occupant can strategically and covertly see who’s knocking from a distance, to not make any walking noise or cast a shadow over a peephole.
As an added counter-surveillance measure, this effectively blocks the use of reverse peephole viewing devices from the outside while maintaining a clear viewpoint line of sight from the inside.
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