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Welcome to my First Raspberry Pi Project. Setting up the RPi Camera board and taking a few shots.  (In hind sight it might have been better to start with just learning how to use Raspberry Pi and getting it setup. Then getting the camera up and running, but where would the fun be in doing things in a logical order all the time.)   For those of you that do not have a wired connection.  Getting everything up and running fully can be a challenge. Well it was for me at least.  ...
Here is a photo of a Bee project Raspberry Pi that I made with my children. This was made as a school minibeast project.   This is an interactive model where the bee can be moved. When placed near the flower then the flower lights up and there is the sound of a bee buzzing. When the bee is placed near the hive then bee hive lights up and there   For the project has been placed outside with added flowers to compliment the project.   The photo was taken with a Raspberry Pi came ...
I have been desperate to get my hands on a Raspberry Pi camera module for a project and ended up having to use a USB which caused me some concern as the power requirements of some of the USB ones mean that you can't run them alongside a wifi dongle like my WiPi. Fortunately I managed to procure a Logitech C110 to tide me over until my PiCam arrives and now Duck Cam is up and running. I started with one of my four Raspberry Pi and the latest image file. The webcam and WiPi both worked out of the ...
Probably my favourite shot from my Pi weather balloon flights, this one was taken at 38.9km altitude with the Pi camera and a model A running from 4 Lithium batteries.  The view is south-west from high above Swindon, looking out over Devon and Cornwall.     As well as the full resolution stored images such as this one, some smaller images were taken and transmitted "live" during the flight.   Here's the Pi with camera, GPS and radio shortly before the flight (pic not take ...
  This photo was taken at the Hot Air Balloon Jubilee in Decatur, Alabama on May 26, 2013. I used a USB battery pack to power the Pi, and connected a push button via the GPIO buttons to trigger a photo script. The photo was later downloaded via FTP after the Pi was connected to a network. Below are a few pictures of the rig (not taken with a Pi Camera ):   ...
I started off using a script to take timelapse photos at every ten seconds which i made into a few minute long time lapse video starting from dark, ending in dark.   The pi was run via an power extension lead onto the window ledge and sat there from dusk to dusk, im looking to run this with a battery so it can sit in remote places. the picture attached was one of the few i thought was good to show colour with the camera. ...
My first pic with the raspiCam featuring my 1946 wurlitzer as the model. ...
antdoc

Rasberry Pi Camera

Posted by antdoc May 21, 2013
The Pi camera looks great and compact for those anywhere videos. Trouble is the lack off a mini screen and power pack. Or is it that I have not noticed. ...
Here are a couple of photos to show my Raspberry Pi/ZX Spectrum+ case project. After the initial novelty of owning a shiny new RPi wore off and the cheap case I bought broke, I started looking for something practical to do with it and here is the result. Some things are a bit rough & ready and there are quite a few improvements I'd like to make, such as better keyboard mapping, better Wifi and a better power supply configuration, it's working and useable for now however. I have a real passio ...
siamack

My Raspberry Pi project

Posted by siamack May 21, 2013
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This is a self portrait of my Raspberry Pi Camera Board for which I laser-cut a chassis that allows me to attach my set of Lensbaby accessories - wide-angle & tele lens or like in this example a macro lens. It also has a mounting screw at the bottom so I can attach the camera to my gorilla pod.   As you can see I had to use my iPad as a "mirror" so the pi cam could shoot itself - and in the background you get some nice feedback effect from the raspistill preview on the desktop. I g ...
the workshop never looked this tidy before   made up out of 25 images taken with the Pi camera module and stitched together.    The camera module is fairly tricky to use like this, the flexi cable is connects to the Pi with could do with being a bit longer, you need all sorts of cables attached etc.  So I quickly heath robinsoned up something to hold it all together out of a scrap box lid some pcb offcuts, lots of masking tape and cable ties. That would hopefully mean I ...
I spy with my little Pi...   We're pleased to announce the arrival of the long awaited camera module for Raspberry Pi at element14! You can buy the Raspberry Pi Camera now, so go to the main Raspberry Pi accessories page and ORDER YOURS NOW. Initial stock of camera module is limited, so make sure you order yours now to avoid waiting. The Raspberry Pi Camera module is designed and made by the Raspberry Pi foundation. It attaches easily to your board and is simple to get started with, as ...

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