With a slightly hacked Lego piece, a continuous servo and some Python code you can focus your Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera remotely!
A High Quality Raspberry Pi Camera with touchscreen interface, beautifully cased in a vintage Merlin handheld.
Using TensorFlow AI to detect fall for cameras
A vintage microwave monitor converted into a thermal camera! Raspberry Pi powered, with Adafruit components.
Detect any thing at any time using a Camera Serial Interface Infrared Camera on an NVIDIA Jetson Nano with Azure IoT and Cognitive Services.
Smart adaptor for existing switch which gets triggered based on human presence.
Use a webcam and a Raspberry Pi 4 to extract information from QR codes and even make your own with Python
Creating a system in order to detect wildfire using deep learning programmation on a Raspberry Pi 4 and a Wisol module by Sigfox.
We experiment with visual anomaly detection to develop techniques for reducing bandwidth consumption in streaming IoT applications.
Take some pictures and then train a machine learning model to recognize how many fingers you're holding up.
Learn how to configure and boot your Jetson Nano for the first time.
This robot follows the color with Pixy2 Camera.
Extending motionEyeOS on a Pi Zero to support pan/tilt servos, battery backup and an on-screen status display.
When it sees you, it won't stop following!
Give yourself superpowers to control blinds with a wave of your hand!
Use a MiniZed ZYNQ FPGA SoC to implement a real-time edge detection algorithm for lane detection.
Make an action camera in a vintage flash unit with Raspberry Pi Zero and camera module.
A homemade night vision camera mash up built with the Raspberry Pi Zero W, Pimoroni HyperPixel and an IR camera.
I started with a PIR sensor triggering storage of images on a microSD then ran out of space, so added Azure Storage and trialled sensors.
Spi-Box is a Raspberry Pi-based, motion-activated camera designed to use as a DIY kit for beginners and security purposes.
Find pigeons and defend your birdhouse against these birds which never stop eating.
In this project, we will turn a fake security camera into a real working one with the use of a Raspberry Pi, WebRTC and balena.
Put together the famous NatureBytes Wildlife Cam Case so that it runs a Raspberry Pi completely off grid running off the PiJuice.
A camera that only has a one-pixel sensor. It moves an APDS-9960 across two axes to create a full-color image.