Clive and I (plus lots of coffee, a salad from the cafe across the road and a bench power supply) compete for Most Keanu-y rotoscopiness, using the camera’s built-in Sketch effect.
Here’s a fantastic resource for expanding the capabilities of the RPi camera board via raspberrypi.org:
James Hughes, last seen at the helm of a VW Camper Van heading for Dorset, has been sweating over comprehensive documentation for the Raspberry Pi camera board for some weeks now. You can download the pdf here. It’s worth printing it off; there’s a lot of meat in there. We’ll be linking to this and other useful Pi documentation in a sticky post at the top of each board in the forums in the near future.
You’ll find examples, troubleshooting tips, full lists of available options, effects and modes, and much more in the pdf.
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