November 16, 2012 AT 6:00 am
Live WiFi Webcam Raspberry Pi-in-the-sky #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Live WiFi webcam Raspberry Pi rig
PublicLaboratory, via MAKE:
In preparing for the PLOTS
LEAFFEST this weekend, Craig Versek of PVOS has just achieved something pretty cool — a live WiFi webcam feed from a battery-powered Raspberry Pi! As long as this little baby is within range of a WiFi signal, any web-enabled device (laptop, smart phone) will be able to navigate to a web page and see what the on-board camera is seeing. Here’s a little schematic of how the things is connected up:
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