Artist Scott Kildall breaks down his project SelfiesBot, a twitterbot that takes selfless using a Pi, step by step in this tutorial! But first, let me take a selfie…
SelfiesBot is a Twitterbot that takes…Selfies! The Twitter feed for @selfiesbot is here.
SelfiesBot is a sculpture that uses a Raspberry Pi to take a photo, preview it and then post it to its Twitter account.
This Instructable will give details of the software, electronics and physical construction involved with SelfiesBot. This is by far the most complex Instructable that I’ve written.
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