Sean Hodgins’ Haunted Jack in the Box

After making a delightful Bitcoin lottery using a Raspberry Pi, Sean Hodgins brings us more Pi-powered goodness in time for every maker’s favourite holiday: Easter! Just kidding, it’s Halloween. Check out his hair-raising new build, the Haunted Jack in the Box. Haunted Jack in the Box – DIY Raspberry Pi Project This project uses a raspberry pi and face detection using the pi camera to determine when someone is looking at it

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Raspberry Coulis’s night vision camera

We’ve all been there: zombies at the door, Daleks on the driveway, creatures from the Upside Down in the walls. You want to be able to monitor their movements, but how do you do that without attracting their attention? Wesley Archer (AKA Raspberry Coulis ) has the answer: a Pi-powered Night Vision Camera , perfect for catching unearthly creatures on the prowl — and for wildlife spotting, birdwatching, and home security too, I guess… Wesley’s Pi-powered Night Vision Camera Black box To build his Night Vision Camera, Wesley ordered an infrared Lisiparoi LED Light Ring , a Cyntech Raspberry Pi case , a Pi NoIR Camera Module , and USB WiFi adapter

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PiCorder, the miniature camcorder

The modest dimensions of our Raspberry Pi Zero and its wirelessly connectable sibling, the Pi Zero W , enable makers in our community to build devices that are very small indeed. The PiCorder built by Wayne Keenan is probably the slimmest Pi-powered video-recording device we’ve ever seen.

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The Android Things Candy Dispenser

Alvaro Viebrantz ‘s  Android Things Candy Dispenser combines image recognition and sugar highs in one delicious Raspberry Pi project. Android Things A.I.

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Budget Astrophotography With A Raspberry Pi – Hackaday

Hackaday Budget Astrophotography With A Raspberry Pi Hackaday New to astrophotography, [Jason Bowling] had heard that the Raspberry Pi's camera module could be used as a low-cost entry into the hobby. Having a Raspberry Pi B+ and camera module on hand from an old project, he dove right in, detailing the process …

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An affordable ocular fundus camera

The ocular fundus is the interior surface of the eye, and an ophthalmologist can learn a lot about a patient’s health by examining it. However, there’s a problem: an ocular fundus camera can’t capture a useful image unless the eye is brightly lit, but this makes the pupil constrict, obstructing the camera’s view. Ophthalmologists use pupil-dilating eye drops to block the eye’s response to light, but these are uncomfortable and can cause blurred vision for several hours

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