Wilson Mar bio photo

Wilson Mar

Hello!

Email me Calendar Skype call

LinkedIn Twitter Gitter Instagram Youtube

Github Stackoverflow Pinterest

How to setup a camera on the Raspberry Pi 3B and other boards

US (English)   Español (Spanish)   Français (French)   Deutsch (German)   Italiano   Português   Cyrillic Russian   中文 (简体) Chinese (Simplified)   日本語 Japanese   한국어 Korean

Overview

fiducials are optical patterns that vision systems find easy to spot when placed in the environment. The markers are used for ground truth testing.

Instead, visual-inertial SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping), perform a dense volumetric mapping.

USB cameras

USB cameras have the advantage of a longer chord to separate the camera from the Pi case.

USB cameras manufacturered for PCs are a good entry camera because they can be obtained cheaply in swapmeets, GoodWill, and other second-hand stores.

They are lower resolution.

CSI camera

https://www.raspberrypi.org/learning/getting-started-with-picamera/
Get started with the Raspberry Pi camera module, using Python and picamera. You’ll take still pictures, record video, and apply image effects.

http://elinux.org/RPi-Cam-Web-Interface provides software to use cameras connected to the Raspberry Pi board via it CSI interface. It does not work with USB cameras.

When a camera recognizes movement, it can trigger recording.

PIR (Passive IfraRed)

https://github.com/tiimgreen/pi_lapse
Pi Lapse is a simple Python Script for the Raspberry Pi that takes photos at regular intervals.

More on IoT

This is one of a series on IoT:

  1. IoT Acronymns and Abbreviations on Quizlet

  2. IoT Home Assistant system

  3. IoT Apprentice school curriculum
  4. IoT use cases
  5. IoT reminders prevent dead mobile battery
  6. IoT barn feeder

  7. IoT text to speech synthesis
  8. IoT AWS button
  9. Intel IoT
  10. IoT Raspberry hardware
  11. IoT Raspberry installation

  12. IoT Clouds
  13. Samsung IoT Cloud

NOTE: Pages about GE’s Predix have been removed.