Find pigeons and defend your birdhouse against these birds which never stop eating.
Object recognition and detection for visually challenged people!
You can't beat Mumbai traffic but you can have some fun while in it.
KureBas V2.0 has manual mode and obstacle avoiding mode. He has a gripper, WiFi camera and new application that's produced for him.
This robotic arm can be controlled with computer mouse or it can make decisions by itself with Matlab vision system.
What if a page of a literature novel can be used as the source to create some sort of electronic music? Here you have BookSound machine.
This Arduino & XBEE connected camera rig shoots flat 360º degree round video/footage using only one smartphone camera/recording device.
For this build, I put together a backpack to take pictures when I am close to places that I like; especially in London.
An HTML5 and NodeJS photobooth with live preview and custom borders.
This is a doorbell with smart functions. It does sound like a regular doorbell when you press the button, but it also starts a livestream.
Interactive snake enclosure that is temperature and humidity controlled and uses lat-long to mimic natural light cycles, with an online cam.
A detailed protip for the Selfie Remote project made on the Microbit.com
This robot follows the color with Pixy2 Camera.
It converts the face input to voice output and can be really helpful to individuals who are visually impaired.
Raspberry Pi live stream camera video on any WiFi network. We can use it as security camera. Works on any WiFi network.
Smart home surveillance camera with face recognition and voice chat capability using Raspberry Pi, OpenCV and Amazon Cloud services.
Use a $25 microscope on your Raspberry PI and dive into the micro world around you!
A live feed movable security camera that is not only monitored from a remote location, but is remote controlled as well.
This project is about how to set up and configure our photo trap.
Connecting OV7670 camera to Arduino Uno + TFT shield and viewing live video from the camera on a TFT shield screen.
Using an ESP8266 and a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor, you can make a motion-activated camera.
Detect friends and enemies by a camera. It can later be used in a watchdog robot.
Photographing an object (VC0706 camera), saving a photo from a camera on a micro SD card, sending a photo using 3G/GPRS shield to an email.
A portable pan/tilt camera unit with PIR trigger and solar battery power.