Build A Raspberry Pi Security Camera #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Build a Raspberry Pi security camera network with motion detection and more. via PiMyLife
In this project I am going to make a Raspberry Pi security camera simply using the standard Pi camera such as the one I used in the time-lapse tutorial.
This is a cost effective way of getting a security camera up and running that you can view over the network and also have it so it is motion activated! So let’s get to it.
If you want to see how to setup the Raspberry Pi security camera visually then check out the video i have prepared below. As always if you like what you see and want to stay up to date with all the latest and greatest projects, guides and much more then please subscribe.
You will need the following equipment in order to complete this Raspberry Pi security camera project.
Raspberry Pi camera or USB WebCam
SD Card (8 GB+ Recommended) or Micro SD Card if you’re using a Raspberry Pi 2 or B+
Raspberry Pi Case
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