Cute project from Instructables user ekarweta.
This is a project of a live streaming camera I made with my friend Jeff for our Physical Computing Class at the VCU Brandcenter. It was inspired by the relationship five little girls I used to babysit have with my dog Borealis. I wanted to give them a way to see his adventures online now that we live in two different cities.
You can easily make adjustments and put it on your own backpack or turn it into a security camera.
Here is what you will need
- Raspberry Pi B+ (you can make adjustments and use a B)
- Raspi Cam
- USB Wifi dongle
- Solar Panel
- USB/DC/Solar Lithium Ion/Polymer Charger
- Power Boost (500 or 1000)
- JST 2-pin cables
- Lithium Ion Battery Pack
- DC Male connector
- USB to micro USB cable
- Dog Backpack
- USB Flash Drive (optional)
- Alternatively you can use a Portable Travel Charger.
- Needles and Thread
- Felt or other soft material
- Insta Morph Plastic
- Soldering Iron
- Heat Shrink
- Electric Tape
- Iron on patch
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