Video Streaming with Raspberry Pi Camera

In this post we’re going to show you how you can do video streaming with a Raspberry Pi and a Raspberry Pi Camera – how to stream live video into a web page that you can access in any device that has a browser and is connected to the same network the Pi is. This is useful to apply to a home surveillance camera, for example.

Prerequisites:

  • You should already be familiar with the Raspberry Pi board
  • You should have the Raspbian or Raspbian Lite operating system installed in your Raspberry Pi

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Install MotionEyeOS on Raspberry Pi

Do you want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a surveillance camera system? The best way to do it is using MotionEyeOS. In this post we’ll show you how to get started with MotionEyeOS on your Raspberry Pi.

What is MotionEyeOS?

MotionEyeOS is a Linux distribution that turns your single-board computer into a video serveillance system. The MotionEyeOS supports the following devices:

  • Raspberry Pi (all versions);
  • Banana Pi;
  • Odroid C1/C1+, Odroid C2, Odroid XU4;
  • Pine A64/A64+.

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How to install OpenCV on Raspberry Pi and do Face Tracking

To  install OpenCV on Raspberry Pi, you need Raspberry Pi ( Pi2 preferably) , Pi camera, and internet connection to  Raspberry Pi.

Begin with latest Raspberry Pi Image from https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/

Copy this image to correct size SD Card. To do this correctly  please refers these detailed instructions: How to install “Raspbian” on the Raspberry Pi.

Now since your SD card is ready, Boot your Pi. First thing you want to do is  Enable Camera.Read More

Take Photos with Node-RED & Raspberry Pi Camera

In this project we’re going to show you how to take photos with Node-RED using the Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2.

Prerequisites:

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Timelapse Photography with Raspberry Pi Zero

This tutorial will guide you through taking photos using a Pi Zero and camera, to make a simple timelapse-capturing device. Use it to make a timelapse of a plant growing with the delay set to a day, or the progress on your building work with hourly photos, or a soldering project with a photo every 5 seconds.

Enable the camera

This tutorial assumes you have already set up your OctoCam as per the instructions. If you’re using a camera and a Pi, make sure the camera is connected.

In the Terminal, type sudo raspi-config and press Enter. This will bring up a menu on the screen. You’ll need to press 5, then choose option 1 to enable the camera, and then choose yes. Once you finish with the menu you should get prompted to reboot. This needs doing!Read More

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