It takes a little coordination and a team leader, but Twitter offers a perfect venue to round up your neighborhood watch group. You'll need to start a new Twitter account that will be the catch point for all the Presence App motion activated video your neighborhood will capture.
STEP 1: INVITE
Tell your neighbors that you want to start a free neighborhood watch webcam network. Invite them to download our Presence App onto their phone. After you have the group has assembled, share the login information for your Neighborhood Watch Twitter account. Presence Pro, now available on iOS, provides features that have more storage and allows you to adjust notification settings and provides plenty of video storage.
STEP 2: MAKE CAMERAS
Make the spare device a remote camera, position it at a window facing the street from inside your homes. You'll find a lot of stands and holders on the market that can help you position them. Also, make sure the camera is within reach of power so it can maintain a charge. Keep the devices out of direct sunlight to prevent them from overheating. In the options disable the microphone, so people will not be able to hear what's going on in your home.
STEP 3: SHARE
After everyone in your group has done the same you each can set rules for the camera that help you adjust the camera's sensitivity that's already built into the device. You all are ready to start sharing videos alerts with each other, streaming the captured movement to Twitter.
In the camera options have everyone enable the 'Twitter Auto-Sharing' option. Put in the 'Username' and customize the message, so everyone knows where the picture is taken from and customize the 'Shared By' so everyone knows who it came from.
Congratulations! You've just started your Presence Neighborhood Watch using your Twitter. All the cameras will relay the motion-captured video to your designated feed.