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Make sure there are no kids in the room if you plan on trying out the Chatroulette video chat service. While I was able to have a couple of very nice conversations with fully clothed polite individuals, I saw some things I would rather have avoided as I tested this relatively new service.
When you first enter the site you'll see two large black boxes and a blank area for text chat. As soon as you click "play," you'll see a stranger's picture in the top box and--at least on my machine--a notice asking if you wish to allow the site to access your video camera. If you click "allow," you'll see your picture in the bottom box.
And that's where the fun--or nausea--starts. If you don't strike up an immediate conversation with the first person you see, you can press Next to go to the next person--kind of like spinning a roulette wheel. In my case, mostly what I saw were the heads of young men and as soon as they saw me, they apparently clicked Next because they were gone in a second. I saw a couple of young women who also quickly dismissed me as a candidate for a video chat.
On a couple of occasions, I saw people who hung around long enough to start a conversation either through the Webcam microphone or by text chat. One was an advertising copy writer from Toulouse, France. The other was a college student from Sao Paulo, Brazil. In both cases they were doing the same thing I was--checking out the technology and grateful to have an intelligent discussion with someone equally curious about Chatroulette.
Images you might not want to see Unfortunately, I also saw some things that I didn't find particular appealing, including a few men who were touching themselves while the camera focused on their genitals. I didn't hang around long enough to start up a conversation. There is only so far I'm willing to go in pursuit of a story.
The site, according to an article in The New York Times, is operated by a 17-year-old high school student in Moscow. "I created this project for fun. Initially, I had no business goals with it," site creator Andrey Ternovskiy told Times writer Brad Stone in an e-mail interview.
There is nothing new about chat and, actually, nothing new about video chat. Back in the 1990s there was a service called CUCME (as in "see you see me") that let you strike up a video chat with strangers. I remember trying it when I got my first PC video camera and encountering a topless female on one of my first forays.