DIY binoculars with a Raspberry Pi, touchscreen and camera mounted. via raspberry.org
Here is an example (a joyous one) of something you could find in stores which clearly gave Josh Williams, its maker, a great deal of entertainment and satisfaction to build: a camera and mount for your telescope or binoculars. All Raspberry Pi-based, of course.
It’s a thing of beauty – and the pictures it takes aren’t too shabby, either. Here’s a squirrel.
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