| Hamburg | 21. October 2003
The famous coffee machine world's first webcam was pointed at
1991 Quentin Stafford-Fraser and his collegues at Cambridge University in England constructed a camera to check the coffee level so they won't have to walk all the way to find it empty anymore.
Finally the famous Trojan Room Coffee Machine was purchased by auction (5344,38 Euro) by Spiegel Magazine in Hamburg, Germany. Krups repaired it free of charge.
So eventually the coffee maschine is to be seen online again - this time from two perspectives.
We like to thank the Spiegel-Online editorial department for letting us take the images.