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  Close-up photography with the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera  In the previous blog I ended up photographing the Moon with the adaptation of the view camera with a large telephoto using a Raspberry Pi HQ Camera and a Raspberry Pi 4B. Now we are going to try macro photography using a lens used to print 6x6 cm medium format negatives.   Full moon 2021-07-23 Spain with the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera and a Schneider - Kreuznach Tele - Arton 1:5,5/270     Macro photograph ...
Photography                                               Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Monthly Themes   | Monthly Poll   |  Back to homepage   Raspberry Pi HQ View Camera The Raspberry Pi HQ View Camera is a camera with a Raspbe ...
Photography                                               Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Monthly Themes   | Monthly Poll   |  Back to homepage   We finished our device to monitor the opening of windows. Our device allows to monit ...
Photography                                               Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Monthly Themes   | Monthly Poll   |  Back to homepage   Our window opening monitor will not have a screen or graphic interface, so we need a ...
We continue with our project to monitor the state of window opening that will allow us to review our natural ventilation strategies in the classrooms. For this, in this project we are using a Raspberry Pi 4B and an old USB Webcam to monitor the status of the windows by tracking ArUco markers. In the previous blog we were preparing the environment, installing the operating system, a VNC server to work remotely with the Raspberry Pi in headless mode and compiling the OpenCV libraries for Python. ...
We plan to make a detector of the aperture of sliding windows for our VenTTracker Project that monitors Natural Ventilation Habits in Classrooms. There we implemented two different methods to know the aperture of the window, one using an accelerometer module and another with a quadrature encoder made with reed magnetic switches. The problem for both approaches is that you need a device attached to the window. In this project we plan to use the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B and a camera to monitor th ...