Raspberry Pi Cloud IP Camera with POE

I was inspired by scavix's work with the instructable Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera so I decided to make my own Raspberry PI based IP camera that also features POE and supports integration with the Google Drive. The video streaming can be simply viewed from a web browser. Most desktop browsers should work, I have also tested with Firefox for Android and it seems to work fine. It is also po ...

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Picture – The 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Camera.

Way back at the beginning of 2014 I published an Instructable camera called the SnapPiCam. The camera was designed in response to the newly released Adafruit PiTFT. It's been well over a year now and with my recent foray into 3D printing I thought now was a good time to revisit the SnapPiCam and reinvent it as a 3D printable camera using newer and better parts ;) I have called the new camera the Picture. I ...

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Raspberry Pi (security) Slow Scan Television Camera

For project updates, visit: AgriVision - Raspberry Pi SSTV Camera. The goal of this project is to use the Raspberry Pi with the PiCam as a wireless camera which can transmit images over long distances, usually tenths of kilometers. Images will be transmitted by amateur radio (ham-radio) using slow scan television (SSTV) on the 2 meter band (144.5 MHz). Since the Pi can generate the HF FM signal itself, no a ...

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Raspberry PI Camera Spinner 3D Print

This Instructable is for a 3D printed camera-spinner module for the Raspberry PI Camera board. As part of a larger project (a portable Raspberry PI computer), I needed a way to implement a front and rear facing Raspberry PI Camera board. Fitting two camera boards to the standard PI boards is not currently possible. The compute module version of the PI does support two cameras, but I have the latest model 2- ...

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The SnapPiCam | A Raspberry Pi Camera

Adafruit launched it's PiTFT not long ago and I bought one immediately from Pimoroni. Soon after that Adafruit published a tutorial entitled DIY WiFi Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Camera. I had a good read through it and on the final page the final paragraph was; The package could be slimmed down considerably; there’s a huge amount of empty space between the PiTFT and Raspberry Pi (even more with a Model A board ...

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My Portable Pi-Cam

Well, when I say "portable" I wouldn't want to lug it around London on a site-seeing trip. Maybe transportable is a better description. At least I can move it around the garden and film the wildlife. This post provides more technical detail on this system, and a few more video clips. Description This unit is basically a RaspberryPi + RaspiCamera. It includes a PIR to trigger capture and a regulator circuit ...

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Pulse Oximeter Data Capture with Raspberry Pi

My daughter has some health issues that requires her to be hooked up to a pulse oximeter at night that monitors her oxygen level and heart rate. We have night nurses so we can sleep, but sometimes we wake up at night and want to "check her numbers" without going into her bedroom and possibly waking her up (our daughter is usually a very light sleeper). The pulseox does have (very loud) alarms that go off ac ...

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Raspberry Pi powered time lapse dolly (RasPiLapse)

Here's my instructable for a home build timelapse dolly. The pro rigs for this are pretty pricey, so I made my own :) Please vote if you like this project! Step 1: Software The heart of this machine is a Raspberry PI, a low cost small footprint computer. It runs linux so it's easy to write and deploy code on it. It also has a GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) connector which we can control. The code is pr ...

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Raspberry Pi Birdbox Camera

Hi there! This is a step-by-step guide to creating a Raspberry Pi Birdbox Camera that features real-time video streaming, motion detection, infra-red LEDs for night vision and has a cheap Power-over-Ethernet solution. I starting making this with my 11 year old son for his Primary School but it quickly became a complex project and I ended up finishing it off! It's now located on a wall of his school and has ...

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Build a Speed Camera and Traffic Logger with a Raspberry Pi

I’ve always been interested in connecting things up to computers that they were never designed for. I could reminisce about my first drawing capture arm that used captured the two joint angles with potentiometers and used them to control the pulse width oscillators that fed into the cassette input on a ZX Spectrum. (I’ve just done a google search for this idea and came up blank - I’m sure there used to be c ...

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