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So I have an Arduino Uno with a Wifi Shield. My goal once the project is done is to have a robot (RC car base w/ Axis 207w network camera and nerf turret mounted on top) that is controllable over Wifi. So far, I have a html page that can control the turret (firing different amounts of rounds). Im completely new to Arduino so if I seem uninformed, its cause I am.

Now the question i have is this:
Is there a way to pull the feed from the camera using the Wishield webserver and display it on the html web page that i generate using the arduino for the gun?

Any help is much appreciated! Thanks!
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The amount of data that a network camera generates is much to high for an Arduino to process even if this would just mean forwarding to a wireless network.

But the Axis 207w is already equipped with a WiFi network interface so there is no need to feed it through your Arduino. Just make up your html correctly and the requesting browser will suck the data directly from the camera.
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The amount of data that a network camera generates is much to high for an Arduino to process even if this would just mean forwarding to a wireless network.

But the Axis 207w is already equipped with a WiFi network interface so there is no need to feed it through your Arduino. Just make up your html correctly and the requesting browser will suck the data directly from the camera.

Thats what i figured. Thanks, I appreciate the help!
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