DIY optical zoom Edit
Stepper motor actuates the binoculars, creating an optical zoom lens with the raspberry camera module.
multi cam Edit
Raspberry Pi multi camera adapter module is designed for connecting more than one camera to a single CSI camera port on Raspberry Pi board. One adapter board can connect 4 cameras and user can stack up maxim 4 adapter boards that means up to 16 cameras on a single Raspberry Pi board. Please note that Raspberry Pi multi camera adapter board is nascent product that may have some stability issues and limitations because of the cable’s signal integrity and RPi’s closed source video core libraries, so use it on your own risk.
Home surveillance pyimage Edit
https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2015/03/30/accessing-the-raspberry-pi-camera-with-opencv-and-python/ Before solving this issue I could not set my raspberry pi into running for more than a couple of hours without rebooting it , now I have my raspberry pi into running for the last 4 days in a row. To solve my problem I just did the following: ping router >/dev/null & where router is the router’s address.
motion eye os Edit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRi50BbJUro speedcamera See https://github.com/pageauc/speed-camera for Github Setup, Install , Wiki and Operation on windows, unix or Raspberry Pi computers. Latest version has a whiptail admin menu and is Much Faster than the Speed Tracking python script used in this video This video and code walk through (original slower code) shows my Raspberry PI B2 and python program that measures and records object speeds using Opencv (Computer Vision) and can use a web camera or RPi camera module. Code Now runs on windows and non RPI Unix distros using a USB Web Camera. There is also an opencv template match (find image inside another image) search utility that can find similar vehicles (objects) in the speed search images library. Includes a makehtml and local webserver for viewing speed images and CSV data.
The program is written in python and is available on GitHub. The inspiration was a comment on the RPI forum from a user asking if the camera could be used to measure vehicle speed. Having written a previous motion tracking and associated hotspot game, I decided to take on the challenge as a fun exercise. If you are interested in Raspberry Pi computers and python programming then this might be a fun project to try. The accuracy of the data may vary but my test results have surprised me. Check out some of my other video's since video editing is another one of my hobbies.
- raspberry pi with static ip alarm system (medium.com)
- https://github.com/pageauc/motion-track motion track opencv
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_N3a0sO9Kn4 edit the /boot/config.txt file to get hdmi
- https://www.waveshare.com/wiki/3.5inch_RPi_LCD_(B) image to flash * google drive 1.3gig rasp image
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kc4xil3uqDQ Raspberry Pi LCD Touchscreen Calibration In this video, I go through the process of calibrating an LCD touchscreen on the Raspberry Pi. Calibrating the LCD touchscreen should be done after installing it to make it more responsive and accurate. LCD Touchscreen: http://www.circuitbasics.com/v4z0 Check out the blog post for detailed instructions: http://www.circuitbasics.com/?p=585 Check out the Circuit Basics blog for articles and tutorials on the Raspberry Pi, Arduino and other DIY electronic projects! http://www.circuitbasics.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVK9MpPzK44 clone github goodtft/LCD-show. Gives kernel panic.
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUbaJ-Tjg5s , Sourceforge download
plex media server Edit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUFWE2RbeAc Making the motion detection scripts useful for our Python 3 Cookie Thief detection system. This video is part of a series of building a practically 'useful' security system using Raspberry Pi to catch the Cookie Thief. I am not a computer scientist, software engineer, programmer or electrical engineer. Everything I cover was self taught using resources I found on the web. I thought it would be great to put together a series of videos that consolidates what I have learned to yield a single resource to cover many interesting topics about the Raspberry Pi! Having said that, due to my relatively little experience, I may have made mistakes or could have done certain things better. If you are aware of such a mistake, please let me know either in the comments or through email!
Relevant files for the Cookie Thief Raspberry Pi Tutorial Series can be found for download at the following link google drive link
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https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=44339 remove IR filter. OV5647 vs 400 grit, or: how to remove the IR filter