Articles tagged "raspberry-pi"

The RUHAcam is a ‘retro-style’ digital camera made with the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera module

This 'retro-style' DIY digital camera is built around a Raspberry Pi Zero W connected to a Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera module.

This DIY camera uses machine learning to tell you what it sees

What if your camera knew what it was looking at? A new Raspberry Pi-based project combines a camera module with machine learning to bring this possibility to life.

Video: This is what happens when you make a bullet-time rig out of 15 Raspberry Pi cameras

Canadian light-painter, bullet-timer and visual artist Eric Paré created a bullet-time rig using 15 Pi cameras synchronised to all shoot at the same moment. The results are pretty cool.

Video: How to build a custom Raspberry Pi 'Becca Cam' with zero coding experience

The Verge Video Director, Becca Farsace, shows how she built a custom Raspberry Pi camera with effectively zero coding knowledge over the course of just three days.

Raspberry Pi launches 12.3MP interchangeable lens camera module for its Pi computers

The new 'High Quality Camera' uses a C and CS lens mount and is built around the Sony Type 1/2.3” (7.9mm diagonal) Sony IMX477 image sensor.

The Etch-A-Snap is (probably) the world's first Etch-A-Sketch camera

Self-taught programmer Martin Fitzpatrick has created a Raspberry Pi Zero-powered camera that uses a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch to 'print' the 240x144 pixel image.

Raspberry Pi updates camera board with 8MP Sony IMX219 sensor

Tinkerers and DIY-ers can now add an 8MP Sony IMX219 sensor to their Raspberry Pi projects. Updating the previously available 5MP OmniVision chip, the Sony sensor accessory costs just $25. Learn more

Creators of Raspberry Pi computer announce $25 camera module

The makers of Raspberry Pi - the popular low-cost computer - have announced the development of a new camera module, expected to cost $25. Since the first version of Raspberry Pi was released early last year, more than half a million of the inexpensive boards have been sold to eager enthusiasts all over the world, and put to use doing everything from running games to powering a voice-activated coffee machine (yes, really). Details on the forthcoming camera module are vague, but it is expected to offer at least 5MP resolution and the ability to capture HD video. Click through for more details.