Now that the Raspberry Pi 2 has been released with more power into the same small frame than the previous version, the audience for do-it-yourself computer vision applications is larger and more complex than before.
Like almost everyone else, makers and hackers now use Pi 2 board with a camera for a wide range of applications. In this article, you can see many original projects being developed to shoot outdoor infrared photos, automate video capturing, security surveillance applications, and more.
- How the Raspberry Pi 2 Fulfilled a Long-Cherished Wish
Inspired by his father, Stefan Blank shows us how to use a NoIR camera with Pi 2 and make outdoor infrared photos.
- Give Your Raspberry Pi Night Vision With the PiNoir Camera
The PiNoir camera is a good accessory for your Pi to use it at night. The camera provides you night vision at a very good price. Following this project, you can give vision to a robot, create a baby monitor system, build a surveillance camera monitor application and more.
- Runnerpi: a wifi-streaming POV camera
If you like real-life gaming, this project proposes a solution for a body-mountable camera kit. The application provides real-time streaming, capture decent pictures, is available via local WiFi network, and more.
- DOLPi – A Low-Cost RasPi-based Polarization Camera
DOLPi is not just any camera. This is about a polarimetric imager configured to detect invisible pollutants, locate landmines, identify cancerous tissues and more. So if you’re interested in detecting things like a fish does in water, this is the right project for you.
- Butterfly PI – Maker Version of a Security Cam
Do you want to control and watch live video images right on your mobile phone? This project aimed to integrate your smartphone with Raspberry Pi camera for broadcasting events live.
- Build a Raspberry Pi Security Camera Network
If you already own a standard Pi camera, you can follow these instructions to build a security application with Pi 2. More than that, you’ll learn how to use a cost effective way to monitor and manage numerous cameras locally and over a network.
- How To Live Stream A USB Webcam On a Raspberry PI 2
Adding a simple USB webcam is a simple job even for a PI beginner. In this guide, you find the steps to build a live stream system with a webcam.
- Building a Raspberry Pi 2 WebRTC camera
In this project, the designer uses a Pi2, a camera, a general purpose WebRTC like Janus and gStreamer to feed video straight into the browser.
- Using USB based webcam on Raspberry Pi to take pictures
This is a simple example how to capture images with a Pi 2 and a webcam.
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