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2013
XBMC for Raspberry Pi is a low cost media centre with a quick set up and is now available from element14! The bundle comes with the following:   Software -SD card, pre-installed with the  Raspbmc software that brings XBMC to your Raspberry Pi   User Guide and Introductory Video -straightforward instructions and introductory video to set up your Raspberry Pi and begin using XBMC.   Ultra Mini Keyboard and Integrated Mouse Pad -Wireless remote control for XBMC running on ...
My Pi Camera and PiDock captured these outside tonight.  Nice hardware!  I wish the forum would allow native resolution posts, 450x600 is way too low.   This is Kodi and Spidey outside enjoying the evening - yesterday was very stormy, today nice.   ...
I've created a live time-lapse webcam with my Raspberry Pi Camera.  It takes one photo per minute and has been running since my camera arrived on May 15.  As I'm currently on the road, I've got the camera running in my camper though it's not 100% live -- I'm now only uploading one image per hour when I have my phone's tethering turned on.  Here's a sample of some of the images so far.  Looks like I'm out of time and won't be able to upload the whole grid of hourly images. ...
This is a photo I've took for Pi Camera Board Competition - Outdoor category. To take this picture I use my Raspberry Pi which normally take a picture every 10 minuts since 26 May. ...
I have been putting a Pi camera and bluetooth module into my case. The BT module receive command from my iphone and do some actions for camera module. I can command the pi camera from my app and takes a snap shot or other commands what I defined. I can get all photos list on my app. I can prview all miniature of photos and choose a full size of picture to view on iphone. The other exciting is that app can get the live video streaming from pi. App support RTP/HTTP/HLS live streaming. ...
I have been using the Raspberry Pi camera board to create stunning 360 degree panoramas with the help of my Panobot. The robot is built using lego and lego RCX motors hooked up to a £3 motor controller and 6AA batteries for power. It is normally wireless but for this panorama, I forgot the wifi adapter so had to use UART The robot rotates round taking 3 layers of photographs resulting in 33 photographs taken. When I return home I then feed the photos into Hugin and stitch them together ...
This is a carcam I built with a RaspberryPi, a relay, GPS module and the Pi Camera Board. The project gets mounted to a car visor and takes a picture every few seconds and records it's GPS location. Once home, there's a script that pulls all the pictures together with downloaded google maps and creates a stop-motion video of the entire trip. Below is a video of the carcam's first real test during a trip from Lowell, MA to Lakeland, FL. So here I submit the picture posted below along with 23k mor ...
I've previously taken some photos of my children's bee box, but I have now had chance to put the Raspberry Pi camera module through it's paces taking some photos of my workshops.   I have a room in the house which I used for my software development and electronics, with a shed in the garden for the more heavy duty work.   All these photos have been taken using the Raspberry Pi camera accessory, and each one has at least one different Raspberry Pi and/or case in the photo - see if you ...
In my project I connect a digital picture frame (DPF with hacked firmware) to one USB connector and display the picture from the camera module with local time, date and weather information getting from an RSS weather feed. Every 30 seconds a serially numbered picture is saved with the same information in it. Every 200 pictures I generate a timelapse video from the photos with avconv. But this is not all, you can also watch the last picture and if you wish the last video in a webbrowser from ever ...
This is my entry in to the Raspberry Pi Camera Board Photography Competition - People and Pets category. This series of photos were taken while operating my Raspberry Pi in console mode via its GPIO serial interface and show my cat "Lucky" tucking in to his supper...                 For details of the Raspberry Pi Camera setup please see www.asliceofraspberrypi.co.uk ...
This is my entry in to the "Your workshop or den" category. It is the first photo I took while running my Raspberry Pi in console mode and shows my den, which I share with my wife (who can be seen in the background). She makes bespoke greetings cards - see www.izzwizz.co.uk for details.   Here is the photo:   Can you spot Cartman peering over my keyboard... :-) ...
When I saw this competition back in May, I thought: "June 14, that's heaps of time!".  Now time is nearly up.   I got to work on my entry this afternoon after reading through some of the other entries.  I knew that I was always going to take a picture of my over-crowded desk (or my den).  So here it is:  dirrectly from the Camera Module... is the raw result after stitching:   After further thought and consideration, I wrote myself a little python script (which ...
My project is to connect the Raspberry Pi Camera with my Lensman microscope.   I had to do some extreme soldering to get the camera board in a suitable state. I had to move C1 so that the M2 screw head would fit in the hole. Then I moved the front pointing LED and resistor off the front of the board and soldered a white 0603 surface mount LED and a 2K2 resistor to the back of the board as shown in this photograph.   Then I milled out two pieces of 6mm thick lexan to act as the tele ...
For my submission to the photography competition I took a photo of the clouds, demonstrating how the automatic settings on the camera are very adaptable to varying light levels and still maintain good white balance. This was taken on the first sunny day of the year and is my little celebration that summer has finally arrived.     The photo is part of a series taken as a timelapse (using a simple python script) and then edited together on the Raspberry Pi using mencoder to make a sho ...
I created webcam from raspi and camera board. Recording for few days, and found this "strange" frame in timelapse. It's gull from near dam. ...