Raspberry Pi Timelapse Video and Tutorial @Raspberry_pi #piday #raspberrypi
Here’s a great little tutorial from Eric George’s blog A Time Machine on how to make a time lapse video recorder with a Raspberry Pi.
The awesome thing about Raspberry Pi’s is that they’re cheap and use little power, making them great for shoving somewhere to do something autonomous for ages.
Like black and white, soft focus and Instagram filters; timelapse is an easy way to produce nice photography without being good at it. And this looks like a fun way to make one.
A loop for taking photos, and a Flask app to keep an eye on things. They are both booted with Upstart so all I need to do is plug it in and it goes. In a curious moment I can point a web browser at it and see how the little fella’s doin…
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