Access Raspberry Pi using SSH and VNC viewer in Linux. Raspberry Pi Tutorial Part 2

We are having two options to take the display of Raspberry Pi to an external device, One is the HDMI out and the other is composite out. Most of the monitors now in market are capable of supporting HDMI input, so we can connect the Pi directly to these types of monitors. You can hook it up to an old analogue TV through the composite out of the Rpi but this reduces the clarity of display. The best display we ...

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Raspberry Pi Time Lapse In Four Dead Easy Steps

In this guide I will take you through from start to finish on how to set up your very own Raspberry Pi Time Lapse setup. We make use of the Raspberry Pi camera in this guide. I will take you through everything you need to know to get it all setup and ready to go. Equipment The equipment you will need in this tutorial are listed below. Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi Camera Power Supply SD Card (8 GB+ Recommended) ...

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Browser Webcam Live Stream with Windows IoT Core Raspberry 3

A webcam video live stream in the browser could be used in many projects. So I decided to make an example app that shows how we can stream the webcam video to a browser (only video, no audio). For this example project I used Windows IoT Core 14393 and the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. Personally, I used the video stream to navigate my robot with the browser (my robot). Prerequisites To develop the C# UWP App you ...

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Raspberry Pi Smart Camera

This Python library (and README) will help you to create just about the coolest camera you've ever seen. From scratch. Yourself. No, seriously. I wrote this to enable people who have NEVER written a line of code to build their very own magicitasital camera, and this README will walk you through it. Instead of just showing you a picture, this camera will actually describe what it sees when you take a picture ...

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Controlling both a projector and a screen with a Raspberry Pi

Earlier this year the co-working space we are located in (DIGS) mounted a projector in the ceiling. At the same time they also got a motorized projection screen. This introduced some unforeseen challenges. How do we turn the projector on/off? We don’t have any remote! And it’s mounted to high to reach… And is it possible to automate the projector screen? This room was the same week fully booked with events ...

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Making an Interactive Multimedia Installation for Technoport

For Technoport 2015 we were tasked to create an installation which would be displayed in the lobby at the event. Its main task would be to work as a gathering point and an ice-breaker for the attendees. We wanted it to look very good and at the same time have some technical features. With no specific requirements from Technoport themselves, it was mainly up to us to come up with something cool. You can read ...

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Visitor Monitoring System with Raspberry Pi and Pi Camera

Raspberry Pi is an ARM cortex based popular development board designed for Electronic Engineers and Hobbyists. With the processing speed and memory, Raspberry Pi can be used for performing different functions at a time, like a normal PC, and hence it is called Mini Computer in your palm. We have created a series of Raspberry Pi tutorials, to start with Raspberry Pi from scratch and then create high level Io ...

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Runnerpi: a wifi-streaming POV camera

For my IRL game The Chase, I need multiple, body-mountable, wifi-connected, live-streaming cameras. Requirements: real time streaming on demand - meaning I can switch it on remotely decent picture (hd not required...yet) mount to body or objects via gopro accessories available via local wifi network battery-operated LATEST RASPI: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B live streaming will not work on a model older than this ...

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RaspiTrap V1.0

Hi all, I want to present my Raspberry Pi project. An animal friendly mousetrap with photo, video and email function. You may ask, why somebody would build such a mousetrap? Why not? Video on Youtube Step 1: C.A.D. Design First of all I tried the design in Sketchup 8, which is still free I could try a few designs virtually to see if everything fits Step 2: Housing To build the housing (350mmx110mm), I used ...

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PiTank – A web controlled tank with cannon and live video stream

The PiTank is a web controller tank built for a competition at my school's robotics club. The project took about two weeks to complete with all 5 team members participating in various aspects. Its main projectile are ping pong balls (up to 3).The firing mechanism is based on a spud gun. The PiTank is controlled using a web browser and is capable of real-time video streaming. It is powered by a Raspberry Pi ...

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