Pi Camera Doorbell with Notifications!

Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module × 1 RF receiver × 1 Wireless doorbell (RF) × 1 Software apps and online services: Home Assistant Rpi-rf python module MQTT Telegram   STORY Introduction There are some pretty cool smart doorbells out there, but they are expensive and the basic components of a wireless button, camera and a small computer are cheap! In fact th ...

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Pigeon: A 3D-Printed, Pi Zero W-Powered Cloud Camera

Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module × 1   STORY Pigeon is a simple cloud home surveillance camera project that uses the new Raspberry Pi Zero W single board computer ($10). It also uses a custom designed 3D printed enclosure that fits the board and the camera along with a wall mount. The software should work with any Raspberry PI version, but the 3D design is ...

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FabDoc – Version Control Tool for Makers

Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module v2 × 1 Goggle × 1 Small Power Bank × 1 USB cable Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components × 1 STORY Description We are all facing a lot of work of documentation beyond making, especially when we would like to share and collaboratively develop "hardware" projects. There are too many version control system (VCS) tools for "softwa ...

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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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RainBerry: Compact, Weatherproof Case for Raspberry Pi A+ and Pi Camera

RainBerry case is a compact, aesthetically designed, weatherproof case for Raspberry Pi and Pi camera. This project was born out of a need to monitor and protect the garden using a smart Pi camera with computer vision. Step 1: Features of RainBerry Case For most Raspberry Pi and Pi camera users, it is impossible to find a case which has the following features in it. Compact Weatherproof Houses both Pi and P ...

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Best Voice Recognition Software for Raspberry Pi

This tutorial is about the best voice recognition software for Raspberry Pi and how to use it. I was able to install and test three different voice recognition systems for Raspberry Pi. Two of these softwares were dependent on the internet and were online , however the third one was offline.The three softwares which were tested were : Jasper – Voice Recognition Software. Raspberry Pi Voice Recognition by Os ...

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Raspberry Pi OpenCV Pan & Tilt Face Tracker

Create your own face tracking, pan and tilt camera on the Raspberry Pi! This tutorial will demonstrate use of the OpenCV (computer vision) library to identify and track faces on the raspberry pi using two servos and a USB webcam. For the interested, I previously covered a more thorough overview of the installation of OpenCV from source here, however, I have found that the apt package is sufficient for all b ...

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Part 2: How to build a High-Definition FPV UAV using a Rasperry PI with HD camera, using a high speed WiFi link

This is the second part of a 2-part series on 'How to build a High-Definition FPV UAV using a Raspberry PI with HD camera, using a high speed WiFi link. In my first post on the subject (located here), I discussed the parts I used, and how to install them into a Hobby King Go-Discover FPV model. In this post, I will discuss installing the Raspberry PI and the PI camera in the Go-Discover gimbals, and the sof ...

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