• CCTV with Raspberry Pi and MotionEYE

      Building our centralized web-controlled home video surveillance system. Second episode. In the first episode of this series, dedicated to the creation of a video surveillance system, based on Raspberry Pi and the MotionEye application, we saw...

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  • Making a Pi Zero Dashcam

    We continue with the Pi Zero dashcam project and in this post, we take care of file management while also adding some enhancements in the process. This project is almost complete and we will be carrying out...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • Lego Machine Uses Machine Learning To Sort Itself Out

    What to do with such a Lego collection? Digging through it to find Just the Right Piece can be frustrating, and bringing order to the chaos with manual sorting is just so impractical. How about putting some...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • Arduino Wedding Photo Booth – 3D Printed Parts, Automated and Low Budget

      This is how to build your own Automated Photo Booth for less than hiring one (if you can lay your hands on a DSLR). You can customise the housing to suit your event/wedding and as it’s...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Ransomware in a DSLR Camera

    Could hackers take over our cameras, the guardians of our precious moments, and infect them with ransomware? And the answer is: Yes. In our research we aim to advance beyond the point of accessing and using the protocol’s...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • AIR PIX is the World’s Smallest Autonomous Selfie Drone

    A pocket camera drone has launched by Indiegogo this month in the form of the AIR PIX, designed and created by the team of developers at AirSelfie based in the United States. AIR PIX aims to be...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Etch-A-Snap: The Raspberry Pi Powered Etch-A-Sketch Camera

    Etch-A-Snap is the result of mashing together a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch, a Raspberry Pi Zero, and onboard camera module, a couple servo motors and a number of other goodies to create what is ‘probably’ the world’s first Etch...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • FruitNanny: The electronic guardian

      The electronic guardian who watches over our baby’s rest periods and environmental conditions of their room. Sometimes, when “browsing” the web in search of solutions to common problems, we happen to run into projects which are...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • PolaPi-Zero is a Polaroid-Inspired Raspberry Pi Camera

    Electronic technician and Raspberry Pi enthusiast Pierre Muth has unveiled a new Raspberry Pi Polaroid camera he has created in the form of the PolaPi-Zero, which uses a thermal printer to provide instant hardcopies of your photographs. The...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • PlutoX DIY Aerial Robotics Kit: Easy-To-Code and Unbreakable Nanodrone

    PlutoX, an open-source, DIY, easy-to-code, crash-resistant nano-drone kit designed by an IIT Bombay based startup Drona Aviation just funded its campaign on Indiegogo. PlutoX comes in the form of two kits, a Tinkerer kit, and a Starter kit. Early-bird...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Pixy2: Robot Vision Made Easier

    The Pixy announced in 2013 as a Kickstarter campaign, was a computer vision package meant for makers that can learn and detect objects via the press of a button. The new Pixy2 is smaller, faster, and smarter than the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • RadioPlane Seeker Drone – The Drone That Finds What You Seek

    Radioplane, a new player in the drone sphere is introducing a next generation, highly adaptable, modular drone for serious work and adventure. The state of the art Seeker drone is designed to carry many different types of equipment for a...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Moto Mods developer boards: sensor, display, and Raspberry Pi HAT compatible

    Modern mobile devices are, in most cases, pretty boring. Maybe we’re missing the spirit of innovation we saw at the start of the 3G era, with phone designs that went off in strange new directions. So what...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Do You Need to Convert Old Film Reels to Digital? Do it in style!

    One of the best things about the Raspberry Pi is its ability to bridge generations and give new life to older tech. This is illustrated perfectly by this low cost film transfer system that can convert old reels...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Scout: the 3D Printed Drone that Fascinates the Marine Corps

    A prototype drone known as Scout that can be successfully manufactured using a 3D printer has attracted the interest of the Marine Corps next generation logistics team. Above is a photo of the RQ-11 Raven, which has been used...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • How to Reinvent a 3D Printed Polaroid Camera

    Have you ever wanted to print an animated image? Now Abhishek Singh made it (almost) possible. Inspired by the Polaroid OneStep camera (the SX-70, specifically), Abhishek’s version is called an Instagif and looks almost exactly the same, but...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • PiCar-V is perfect for your Raspberry Pi-Powered Car

    Available now at Android Community Deals for $149.99, the PiCar-V is an open source robot learning kit on Raspberry Pi, and this deal even includes your own Raspberry Pi 3 board. The kit includes all the hardware...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Alexa and Amazon Dash take care of your cat!

    Maybe you’re asking how is it possible: this Automated Cat Feeder is the answer. The CatFeeder was build using a Zevro Dry Food Dispenser. Any dispenser can be used – you just need to be sure that...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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