How to build a 3D-printed bowtie spy camera with a Raspberry Pi 2 #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi #iLuvPi2
Get spy spiffy with this Raspberry Pi 2 3D printed bow tie spy camera tutorial. By Raymond Wong via mashable
After sidelining the Pi 2 for a few months, I finally decided to make a 3D-printed spy camera bow tie inspired by this Make: project. It’s techie, geeky and a conversation starter. Win, win, win.
You can build your own spy camera bow tie by following the step-by-step guide…
This was my first Pi project, and after finishing it, I must admit: It was a lot of fun.
As a kid, I used to open my dad’s VCR, cassette tape player and radios, and then try to “fix” them by putting them back together after disassembly.
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