PIE1 – Raspberry Pi Sends Live Images from Near Space

HAB (High Altitude Ballooning) is a growing hobby where enthusiasts use standard weather balloons to put small payloads typically 100g-1kg into “near space” at altitudes of around 30km or so, carrying a tracking device (so the balloon position is known throughout the flight) and usually some sensors (temperature, pressure etc) and often a video or stills camera storing to an SD card for later retrieval. The ...

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[Project] Raspberry Pi Powered WiFi Streaming Camera

Scope: To build a Raspberry Pi powered video camera, capable of streaming over a home wireless network. BOM: – Raspberry Pi (With Raspbian OS) – RPi compatible Wifi Dongle (List here) – Camera Module (Here) – Wifi enabled PC with VLC media player Instructions: Connect the Raspberry Pi Camera Module to the CSI connector located between the ethernet and HDMI ports. Enable the Raspberry Pi camera module in the ...

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Raspberry Pi remote webcam

This will allow you to create a remote webcam for your Raspberry Pi so that you can view it from any computer on the local network. For this instructable you will need: • Raspberry Pi with an Whezzy Raspbian installed and internet connection established • Webcam (I use PS3 Eye Camera, but it will work with most USB webcams) • IP address on your local network (this can be found with the command $ ifconfig an ...

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Tripod Camera Mount for Raspberry Pi

This may seem like it already exists, but I couldn't find it anywhere. So, I made it myself: a camera mount for the Raspberry Pi that you can easily mount onto any standard tripod. Step 1: Create the 3D Model I  looked around for an existing tripod camera mount. I couldn't find exactly what I wanted, but this one on Thingiverse,  is pretty close. I imported the enclosure face into 123D Design, then added a ...

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1. The Pi Plane Project

summary for the curious Commercial aircraft in Australia (and a lot of the world) periodically transmit their location and the altitude.  Aircraft with ADS-B  determine their position using GPS; and broadcast that position along with identity string, altitude (plus other useful information such as speed). Using some inexpensive components, we can build a receiver to listen to these ADS-B signals to track th ...

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Raspberry Pi Picture Frame

he picture frame has come a long way since the last post. I now have the wooden frame for it built and almost done but we will come back to that in a minute. Since the last update I have completely remade some of the electronics. The only reason I did this is because I fried 2 different wireless receivers for my button inputs and since I wanted to add a few more items I decided to basically start from scrat ...

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I2C + Raspberry Pi + Arduino Uno + RPi Camera Board

UPDATE: I’ve revised the circuit design. I no longer recommend connecting the Arduino Uno to the Raspberry Pi’s I2C pins together without the use of a logic level shifter. The revised design uses one from www.adafruit.com. As part of a larger project I’m doing right now I’ve connected an Arduino Uno, as an I2C slave, to the Raspberry Pi. The premise here is that if I press a button on the Arduino, it will t ...

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Build a Raspberry Pi-Based Cable Shutter Release for Sony Cameras

Replacing a simple and inexpensive remote cable release for your camera with Raspberry Pi may seem like a classic case of over-engineering, but using the tiny machine to control the camera opens up a whole new world of photographic opportunities. Using a simple Python script, you can turn Raspberry Pi into a powerful and flexible intervalometer or trigger the shutter using sensors connected to the computer. ...

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How to turn an USB camera with Raspberry Pi into an Onvif IP Camera?

Introduction At this instructable, we will make a new interesting Camera solution, which have never seen before! I would like to show you how can you make connection your USB camera and Raspberry Pi with Camera SDK. The goal is to turn your webcamera to an Onvif IP Camera. Is it sounds interesting? This solution will change your views of webcamera and add a higher Onvif IP Camera solution for you. During th ...

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Raspberry Pi Timelapse

This project will show the reader how to setup and customize a timelapse application using a Raspberry Pi, Model B and a RasPi Camera. The timelaplse can be customized to take pictures as fast as 1 per second or any time slower to once per year. Materials: Raspberry Pi (any Model B) Raspberry Pi Camera Power Supply for RasPi Optional: Case for Raspberry Pi and Camera Setup: KB/Mouse/Monitor Step 1: Setup Ra ...

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