For this tutorial, we're going to build a facial recognition camera that can detect if someone is smiling (or not).
Use a MiniZed ZYNQ FPGA SoC to implement a real-time edge detection algorithm for lane detection.
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.
For our HAB mission, we created a servo controlled camera running on a RasPi Zero and using ☒CHIPs to control/drive a servo.
You can't beat Mumbai traffic but you can have some fun while in it.
The electronics for a simple camera slider, keeping it simple so it can be used with an ATTiny85.
Makes a time schedule to restart or shutdown your Pi.
Build a simple incident light meter for old meterless film cameras
Interface a CMOS camera with a ZYNQ-7000 series FPGA SoC and output live video feed to a VGA screen.
Setup for controlling your 3D printer's power supply as well as lighting.
Take cool pictures and print them immediately!
The world's first ECU, that's also a eXpandable, eXtendable, and 100% open electronic management platform!
How to use optical character recognition on Windows 10 IoT Core.
If you have a HAT connected to your Raspberry Pi, you can't use your GPIO. But what if you want to detect motion? This project can help!
A funny looking robot in the form of a plant, that interacts with some sensors inputs, talks, plays music and detects human movement.
Roomberry is a surveillance robot based on Roomba using a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a camera module.
Get notified via WhatsApp with a video (mp4) and a captured first-look thumbnail image as intrusion alert when the IR sensor detects motion.
Simple Pi Robot aims to put robot control in simple form.
Setting up video surveillance camera on Raspberry Pi.
An assertive technology camera that reads the content of photographs, recognizes logos, and even feeds back on human emotions and feelings.
A detailed protip for the Selfie Remote project made on the Microbit.com
Zynq is a nifty tool for robotic applications. In this blog, we accelerate image processing using the MT9v034 camera and an Ultra96 board.
Build an awesome camera-enabled roving robot with no soldering required!
A candy dispenser running Android Things that exchanges photos for candies. It uses computer vision to classify the image.