Saturday, March 4, 2017

Outdoor Time-Lapse Server with Raspberry Pi #raspberrypi #celebratephotography

from Outdoor Time-Lapse Server with Raspberry Pi #raspberrypi #celebratephotography
by Stephanie

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From MakrToolbox on Instructables:

The end product needs to meet these requirements.

Must have

  1. Needs to be able to access the “camera” remotely and Start / Stop / change settings / retrieve photos.
  2. Needs to be cost effective, ie ; cheap, this company is a non-profit and I need to respect that they have a small budget.
  3. Needs to be able to access the internet (see point #1) , most likely through wireless
  4. Needs to be waterproof, as the “camera” will be installed outside.

Would Like

  1. I would like to be able to integrate the photos into a web site easily.
  2. I would like some external notification when a photo is taken (like an LED blinking when the photo is taken)

Ideas

I Immediately thought of building it out of a Raspberry Pi, I have built a Raspberry Pi time lapse camera before. That is what I use to document progression on my instructables. I wanted to do this one a little bit differently so that I could Integrate the camera into a web site.

Read more and check out the video below from nlucomputers on YouTube


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We #celebratephotography here at Adafruit every Saturday. From photographers of all levels to projects you have made or those that inspire you to make, we’re on it! Got a tip? Well, send it in!

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