Ever wish you had a set of eyes and ears anywhere in the world you'd want to be -- without physically being there?Now you can with VeameeApp. The name is a play on Beam Me Up. But since were not claiming to have invented a real transporter (yet!), were calling it a Virtual Beam or Veam for short: VEAM ME UP!VeameeApp allows you to search for a location of your choosing anywhere in the world and to request Veamees there (people with the app on their mobile device) to turn on their camera and show you what you want to see. No one there live? No problem - you can view a library of pre-recorded videos at that location by timeline. Or you can set a Veam Trap anyone walking in to that vicinity in the future will be notified to send you a Veam.We envision millions of Veamees out there in the not so distant future. Our goal is to Veam you up to any location in the world you wish to be, at your beck and call! VeameeApp is the worlds first entirely me driven social video and virtual teleportation platform. Say goodbye to they driven apps. No more choosing from an ocean of what others want you to see, most of which are vanity projects, a dearth of which may be worthwhile, and none of which is ever exactly what you want to see. No more sifting through irrelevant, badly tagged and stale pictures and YouTube videos. No more guesswork.- You want to know what hotel XYZ ocean view rooms on the 12th floor in Phuket look like RIGHT NOW (or in mid March), well Veam you there- You want to get a front-row glimpse of your favorite rock band/sports team tonight (cause you couldnt make it or youre in nosebleed), well Veam you there- You want to know what club XYZ looks like tonight or the last 2 Thursdays, before you plop down for an expensive table, well Veam you there- You want to see the cars zoom by at turn 5 of the F1 race, well Veam you there- You want to know what your favorite beach or pool looks like before you get in the car, well Veam you there- You want to know what traffic looks like downtown, well Veam you therePlease note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.