March 19, 2016 AT 3:00 am
StarPi – Astrophotography with Raspberry Pi #celebratephotography
Very cool project from
Chris on Hackaday.io:
A Raspberry Pi system to assist with Astrophotography. The completed system will have a simple to use browser based interface to a Pi camera mounted too the eyepiece of a telescope, Additional sensors will feedback location and the position on a star map. This will also be streamed to Stellarium open source software and both Stellarium and the browser will be able to send GoTo commands to the telescope and if motors are attached will track the target.
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