Raspberry Pi DIY Pan Tilt Plans

This aims to show the reader how to build a simple Pan tilt mount using readily available stepper motors and other parts. This device automatically moves the camera to pre set angles and at pre set intervals. Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi foundation. What you will need: 2 x 28BY-J 5V stepper motors with ULN2003A driver board. 6 way ribbon cable, approx 45 cm long (Can be split from a bigge ...

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Instant Photo Printer

Instant Photo Printer is an instant camera.But it’s not a normal instant camera.It takes a picture when you scream or laugh loudly. Materials: Raspberry pi Power adapter Pi Camera Color printer Sound sensor Step 1: Step 1: Setting up the raspberry pi The very first step is to install operating system.You can get some help from google and follow the instructions before turning on the Pi. Plug some peripheral ...

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Fast Development of ISP Algorithms with MIPI IP and FPGA Platform

From smart TVs with gesture control to the high-resolution cameras integrated into today's smartphones to applications boasting multiple cameras, image processing has become a key component in many consumer electronics products. To support the need for more pixels and fast-changing requirements, designers are finding that they must offload some image processing from the application processors. That's why im ...

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Raspberry Pi Camera Module Mechanical Dimensions

Having played around with the Pi camera I quickly realised I needed to make some sort of stand for it. The module weighs almost nothing and is tiny so it can be quite hard to keep in one place when you are experimenting. The Raspberry Pi Foundation apparently recommends Blu-tack, based on cost, simplicity and plain, old fashioned versatility. I thought it would be best to create a template that I could prin ...

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Camera Platform Electronics

As I said in the previous part, I’m not an electrical engineer. I haven’t touched any real electronics since school. However, the internet is a wonderful place, and thanks to a number of other sources I was able to figure out how to get the Pi to drive a couple of motors. Essentially this guide will tell you how to wire up a couple of DC motors to the Raspberry Pi, even if you’re not following the whole bui ...

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Raspberry Pi Video Streaming

This instructable will show how to stream a Raspicam to a web using a Raspberry Pi and the UV4L driver. Step 1: Material - Raspberry Pi or Odroid-W Running Raspbian - Raspicam - Router - Ethernet Cable Step 2: Enable Raspicam Before starting to configure the Raspberry, you'll need to enable the Raspicam CSI port and expand the root filesystem. First, connect the Raspicam and the Raspberry to a router using ...

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Simple timelapse camera using Raspberry Pi and a coffee tin

Whilst developing BerryCam I thought it would be pretty cool to create a timelapse camera that could be left outdoors over a period of time, to capture a sequence of images that could be later joined together into a video clip. From the outset thoughts turned to housing everything in an ‘Illy’ coffee tin as it was pretty robust, watertight and could easily contain the Raspberry Pi and battery pack. Step 1: ...

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Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera

This instructable describes how to build a surveillance cam based on a Raspberry Pi micro-computer which records HD video when something moves in the monitored area. Live picture can be viewed from any web browser, even from your mobile while you're on the road. What you will get: See live stream in any web browser from anywhere Record any motion into video file Usually, such a cam will cost you around US$1 ...

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