August 7, 2015 AT 7:00 am
Updated People Counter #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
instructables user AshleyK5:
This is an updated version of U
biMaker’s Open Source People Counter with new scripts.
Where I have made mistakes, I will note them, in the hopes that you don’t have to do the same!
People Counters are an especially useful tool for libraries, and one that many cannot afford. The total cost for my build was under $100.
This tutorial assumes that your Pi is already set up (I recommend using
Raspbian) and you’ve already configured your WiFi dongle.
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