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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I can haz pet-themed resources?

A friend of mine’s cat  had kittens this week . So, in honour of their fluffy, cute little gorgeous fuzz-faces, here are some pet-themed resources for you to build for your furry (or feathery) best friend. Cat Meme Generator Everybody loves a good meme.

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JavaWatch automated coffee replenishment system

With the JavaWatch system from Terren Peterson , there’s (Raspberry Pi) ZERO reason for you ever to run out of coffee beans again! By utilising many of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) available to budding developers, Terren was able to create a Pi Zero-powered image detection unit. Using the Raspberry Pi Camera Module to keep tabs on your coffee bean storage, it automatically orders a fresh batch of java when supplies are running low.

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Raspberry Pi gif camera upgraded to include a flash – htxt.africa

htxt.africa Raspberry Pi gif camera upgraded to include a flash htxt.africa A Raspberry Pi Zero, camera module, battery and 3D printed housing are among the items in the components list. For the updated version with the flash, called the “PIX-G”, you'll want to head over the Thingiverse

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Raspberry Pi at Scouts Wintercamp

As well as working with classroom teachers and supporting learning in schools, Raspberry Pi brings computing and digital making to educators and learners in all sorts of other settings. I recently attended Wintercamp , a camp for Scouts at Gilwell Park. With some help from Brian and Richard from Vodafone, I ran a Raspberry Pi activity space introducing Scouts to digital making with Raspberry Pi, using the Sense HAT, the Camera Module, and GPIO, based on some of our own learning resources

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Objectifier: Director of Domestic Technology – Hackaday

Hackaday Objectifier: Director of Domestic Technology Hackaday The current version is the sixth prototype in the series and [Bjørn] has put in quite a lot of work refining the project at each stage. In its latest avatar, the device hardware consists of a Pi Zero, a Raspberry – Pi camera module, an SMPS power brick …

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