DIY camera by FPGA.
What should you do to safe battery.
To take picture with voice command or using hand to activate the Ricoh Theta V.
...streams H264/265 RTSP. In addition to routing functions.
Don't rely on parking lot cameras! — Build Your Own VSS with the SONY Spresense! Get Started with this Completed Arduino Sketch and How-To!
This is a custom PCB to link two Raspberry Pi Camera flex cables together. This version uses through-hole components.
Build a GPS WiFi cam triggered by a distance sensor.
Take 4K video longer than 25 minutes and compress with HEVC instead of H.264.
Inspired by the project where dinosaur game is played with arduino, I have decided to develop another way to play - with OpenCv and Python.
How to make your own webcam as a motion detection camera, which will not only stream live video but also send you motion captured video.
HeRos is a customizable robot controlled by smartphone to fight others like him thanks to his IR signals and his ability to move fast.
It's difficult to make children smile and look at the Camera. We solved the problem using Make Smile Shutter and Ricoh Theta.
I backed the RASPAD on Kickstarter so wouldn't I get a PiCAR 2 at a discount.
Take up to 4,500 timelapse pictures with your RICOH THETA. Enables switching between timelapse and single still image mode.
You want to make a quality timelapse, you need one.
A smart, low-cost advanced driver assistance system powered by a Sony Spresense board.
An easy, entry-level setup showcasing all the features of the Microbit Robotic WiFi Camera with Electric Control from Digitspace.
This guide will show you how to assemble the Raspberry Pi 4/3 Camera Case . All you'll need is a simple cross-head screwdriver (If you have
A simple tank used to spy on your family members, to see if the pizza guy arrived at your door, or just prank your roommates
From the moment I saw this camera (nishika), I wanted to make my own, but without the need for film.
Simple camera built with Raspberry Pi 3, PiCamera v1.3 and 5 push buttons to control it.
Node.js on wheels, powered by Raspberry Pi.
I have tried the cheap Bluetooth camera shutters and I dont like them, so I decided to make my own.