Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera Mount – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera Mount Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts looking for an easy way to mount and protect their night vision camera may be interested in this handy Raspberry Pi night vision camera mount complete with cutouts for infrared spots, which has been created by Thingiverse user …

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Raspberry Pi Camera Mount With Pan And Tilt Servos – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Camera Mount With Pan And Tilt Servos Geeky Gadgets Once created the pan and tilted mount can be used with the official Raspberry Pi camera, and the full system can be built in approximately eight hours thanks to the complete instructions provided by the project page this week. The project is classed as …

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SmartiPi Twist Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Arm Case – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets SmartiPi Twist Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Arm Case Geeky Gadgets Equipped with a poseable, adjustable arm the aptly named SmartiPi Twist Raspberry Pi camera case is now available to back from $20 and allows you to create a wide variety of different applications such as a camera for your 3D printer, complete with its …

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Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiast Wesley Archer also known as Raspberry Coulis has created an awesome Raspberry Pi powered night vision camera which is perfect for a wide range of applications including wildlife photography, security applications and more.

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Digitising film reels with Pi Film Capture

Joe Herman’s Pi Film Capture project combines old projectors and a stepper motor with a Raspberry Pi and a Raspberry Pi Camera Module , to transform his grandfather’s 8- and 16-mm home movies into glorious digital films.

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This Genius Built a Camera That Prints Actual GIFs – Thrillist

Thrillist This Genius Built a Camera That Prints Actual GIFs Thrillist It runs off of some custom-designed hardware made with a 3D printer and two small Raspberry Pi computers that create “an ad-hoc WiFi network” between each other once the camera is booted up. That allows one Raspberry Pi (the camera) to communicate …

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