(It has been around since last November, after all.) The claim is that the excessive level of exhibitionism is quickly wearing out its welcome.
Constantly pressing the Next button — which either party can do at any point — can get pretty Pavlovian after a while.
I've never met any of them before, and I'll never see any of them again. What's reassuring — but also maybe a little unsettling — is that, at this same moment, a ridiculous number of people are doing exactly the same thing: Going to chatroulette.com, clicking yes to their webcams being activated, and pressing a button to be connected face-to-face with the first in a series of complete strangers.
“Once you try it, you see how many normal and fun people you can meet.” Ricks has spent as much as five hours at a time on the site, attracted by the opportunity to talk to people from other countries.This was all done by a website.”The first thing parents tell their children is “don’t talk to strangers,” said Colarulo.However, this website is set up to allow strangers to chat online with each other and through Kik Messenger, which allows people to video chat, as well.Chatroulette is now introducing a localized spinoff called Localroulette, which will use your Internet Protocol [IP] address to figure out where you are, and to connect you with other users in your geographic area.Rather than strangers from around the world, you can now be hooked up with someone who might be living right down the street. Photo Pete Bannan Parents beware when your kids are surfing the internet.