A VNC (Virtual Network Computing) client that allows one to display the screen of a remote computer on a local machine. The remote computer may be controlled using the keyboard, mouse, or other peripheral on the local machine. Both local and remote systems must operate VNC software and be appropriately configured to allow access. The title of the software application is a play upon 'Chicken of the Sea', a brand of canned tuna sold in the US.
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) functionality
A&H use case 1 description:
The AHRC funded Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915 project used the VNC client to control remote systems in use