What's the reason for this project? Just for fun? Or are you needing a small camera feed of a bluetooth camera?
Is video streaming over Bluetooth possible? (my ignorance may show, but aren't speed and bandwidth requirements too high?)
I was thinking the same thing. Audio is about the limit for Bluetooth as far as I'm aware.
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Technically speaking bluetooth is only serial communications, so it should be possible to throw a UDP data stream over it at about 800kbps/1200kbps throughput.
However we might want to use the more recent standards of Bluetooth to allow for more bandwidth, and have software at either end to expect and encode/decode the data stream over the port.
Whether or not there'd be some amount of delay is up to question, but the resolution would need to not be very high (maybe 320x240 would work nicely...)
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If this is possible (and I don't think it is) then your best option would probably be to leave the camera in the mobile phone and write a native mobile app to stream the video to another phone or tablet.
I am doing a project where a part of it involves
1. Salvaging the camera out of an old mobile phone
2. Connecting the camera component to a bluetooth device to send the data wirelessly
3. Receiving the wireless data using another bluetooth device and then view the real time video in a small lcd screen
I need help with a working circuit diagram and how to do the connections in the circuits. TIA