I know several people on the forum have mounted cameras to monitor their carves remotely. I wanted to do the same, except that I was not concerned with an ultra closeup of the carve.
I carved a phone stand to mount an old Android Droid phone. It sits on my X-Controller sideboard. The stand has an adjustable platform mount for the phone. The phone is attached to the stand with a length of Velcro. Nothing fancy. I just loaded one of the many free Android IP camera apps onto it. A good use for an old phone that was just sitting in a desk drawer. I can now connect to the camera from my desktop in the house. I can get a good enough pic to tell if everything is carving OK. If I really want a good check, I can turn on sound!!
To further enhance my remote monitoring, I have Chrome Remote Desktop running on both machines. I can monitor Picsender with my desktop.